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Video Statement of Elisabetta Vaudano - SIP 2019

Elisabetta Vaudano

Video Statement of Elisabetta Vaudano - SIP 2019
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"Innovation leads the way for better chronic pain care."

Elisabetta Vaudano from the Innovative Medicines Initiative (IMI) talks about where innovation can come from in the pain sector and how it can change pain care. The interview has been given at the SIP 2019 Symposium on November 7 in Brussels, where the SIP platform has celebrated its 10th anniversary. The topic of pain research and its future has been intensively discussed in a plenary session at SIP 2019 on November 7 where Elisabetta Vaudano was one of the speakers. Have a look at the impressions and the program of SIP 2019.

Mrs Vaudano was also present at the SIP 2017 Symposium in Malta, where she gave a presentation and a key statement on the stakeholder approach of Innovative Medicine Initiative (IMI) and the importance of pain research to tackle the impact of pain.

Please find more information about the SIP Policy Recommendations on Pain research as described in the SIP Joint Statement.

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