Life & Science Magazine

The Patient Issue

Thanks to innovations in science, what had long been deadly diseases are now, in some cases, becoming manageable conditions and redefining what it means to be a patient. In this issue, you’ll hear from patients overcoming illnesses and Bristol Myers Squibb employees focused on working for them.

Volume 3 | September 24, 2017

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The Many Faces of the Patient

The stories of four survivors reflect how the role of the patient is evolving alongside medical advances.


Edward Halk, principal scientist at Bristol Myers Squibb
Scientists and Survivors
Two researchers at Bristol Myers Squibb have firsthand experience with the types of diseases they study.
Bristol-Myers Squibb employees share a moment with patient David G. (second from left).
Patients Are the Purpose
Bristol-Myers Squibb dedicates one week each year to recognize what its employees do every day: focus on patients.
Stanley Krystek, Senior Principal Scientist at Bristol-Myers Squibb
Patient Focus Defines  Culture, Distinguishes Company
Bristol-Myers Squibb employees explain in their own words what patient focus means to them.

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