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Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, or ADHD for short, is often associated with children. Only a few think of affected adults! The symptoms persist, at least in part, in 50-80% of those affected as children into adulthood, often with far-reaching consequences. Their care urgently needs to be improved - leading experts agreed on this during an expert discussion. Approaches for improving care were also discussed during the meeting. The discussion was supported by Takeda, a company active in the field of ADHD.

Nine patient representatives from nine different countries all around Europe are talking about 2020 and giving a hopeful outlook for 2021.

We take immense pride in being recognized by BioNTech SE for having been part of the unprecedented "project lightspeed" that eventually brought the first evidence-based and approved COVID-19 vaccine to the global population.

The Institute of Patient Experience - IEXP - and admedicum, join forces to expand in Spain and Latin America and help conduct patient-centered trials to decrease dropout rates in clinical studies.

admedicum Business for Patients, a patient engagement expert consulting company, today announced their strategic expansion into the Netherlands and strengthening their leadership team.

Aparito and admedicum co-organised a roundtable with ten participants from the sector to discuss how decentralised trials can effectively collect data. Read the full summary.

Announcing the Launch of the European Alliance for Newborn Screening in Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA NBS Alliance): Opening a new horizon for children born with SMA

Patient engagement in 2030: how can patient engagement contribute towards building a new ecosystem for drug development and therapy will be held on 3 December 2020 in Amsterdam with Holland BIO. Save the date and looking forward to seeing you.

admedicum met with Joachim Sproß, managing director of the German Society for Muscular Diseases, to talk about the challenges that the corona crisis poses for patients and self-help. 

Our colleagues Andreas and Robert attended the European Conference on Rare Diseases online recently and share their reactions here.

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