Teva launched the website Life Effects last week (September 4) to give first-hand perspectives on living with a chronic condition, such as multiple sclerosis or migraine, through articles, videos and podcasts.
“Shaped by patients for patients,” Teva developed Life Effects after speaking to more than 1,000 patients on how best to support them, it said.
The manufacturer will also roll out a new logo (pictured) on its medicines packaging from 2020.
Teva UK and Ireland general manager Kim Innes said: “New initiatives such as the Life Effects platform, new next-generation packs and our support for pharmacies strengthen our position as a leading contributor to patient health and wellbeing across the UK.”
For more information, visit the Life Effects website