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Lilly: Better Health For Indiana

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Today’s guest blog comes from Jamal Greene, Global Bio-Medicines Six Sigma Black Belt and African American Network Chair.
 

Lilly: The Power of Partnership

By Bart Peterson
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A version of today’s guest blog from our Sr. Vice President of Corporate Affairs, Bart Peterson originally appeared on PharmaPhorum.
 

High Hopes in Russia with New Global TB Strategy

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In mid-May, historic medical news spread around the world: the World Health Assembly passed a resolution approving the new post-2015 Global Strategy for TB Prevention, Care and Control with ambitious targets and a vision of ending the TB epidemic by 2035. This strategic plan contains unprecedented goals such as decreasing TB mortality by 95 percent from current levels. If the goals are achieved, it would truly be a major breakthrough – something that was unimaginable just 20 years ago, when we thought curing multidrug-resistant TB (MDR-TB) wasn’t possible.

Lilly: Political Commitment to End TB

By David Marbaugh
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Today's guest blog comes from Lilly's Vice President of Global Health Programs and Access, Dr. Evan Lee.

In an encouraging move, the World Health Assembly has passed a formal, long-term resolution to stop TB. This means that all countries that participate in the World Health Organization have agreed to a concrete strategy – with clear targets – that could potentially rid the world of this dreadful disease.

Lilly: Bringing Chinese Culture to the Heartland

By David Marbaugh
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Today’s guest blog comes from Ling Shi “Tom” Xiao, a senior research scientist for Lilly’s Product and Process Performance team, and a member of Lilly’s Chinese Culture Network.

After years of busy planning and preparation, last week the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis held a grand opening ceremony for their display of the famous Terra Cotta Warriors from China. This is the only display of these iconic figures in the United States this year.  

Lilly & Elanco Look Beyond World Hunger Day

By David Marbaugh
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Today’s guest blog comes from Noel S. Paul, a consultant with corporate responsibility at Elanco, Lilly’s animal health division.

More than one billion people – one seventh of the world’s population – live in extreme hunger and poverty. As a public health threat, hunger is more deadly than AIDS, malaria and tuberculosis combined.

Lilly Challenges Others to Live Below the Line on World Hunger Day

By David Marbaugh
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Could you nourish your mind and body on $1.50 or less per day? For the 1.2 billion people in the world who live in extreme poverty, it’s not a matter of “could” but “how.”

Poverty breeds hunger, and like many other public health threats, hunger is not biased when it comes to age, race, religion or location. People living in Congo,  Israel and Mississippi share the same risk for malnutrition, vitamin deficiency and, potentially, death because of a lack of affordable and accessible nutritious food.

Lilly’s Tradition of a Shared Value Approach

By David Marbaugh
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Craig Waugh is the Global Leader, Lilly NCD Partnership, Lilly Global Health

This week, I have the honor of attending the annual Shared Value Leadership Summit in New York City. I call it an honor because we at Lilly like to believe that our founder, Colonel Eli Lilly, was a proponent of “shared value” as a business strategy 130 years before Michael E. Porter and Mark Kramer so eloquently crafted and popularized the concept. 

Lilly Celebrates Nurses As Change Agents

By David Marbaugh
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Today’s guest blog comes from Gini Williams, director for TB projects with the International Council of Nurses. Lilly partners with ICN through the Lilly MDR-TB Partnership.

Helping Advance Math and Science in the Classroom

By David Marbaugh
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Today's guest blog comes from Beth Hunter, associate communications coordinator for Lilly Health, Safety, and Environment.

What does a pharmaceutical company do with surplus office and lab supplies? These aren’t just a few paper clips. I’m talking more than 100 pallets of “stuff” weighing close to 50,000 pounds and estimated at about $100,000 in value. There’s everything from Geiger counters, to test tubes, to beakers, to binders, to notebooks, to microscopes, and more!

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