Patient advocacy organisations are a highly influential voice in the healthcare system, providing a critical link to real-world patient experiences. Armed with a deep understanding of what it is like to live with chronic conditions such as multiple sclerosis (MS), haemophilia or one of the conditions currently under research by Biogen scientists, patient advocacy organisations help us better understand unmet patient needs, shape our discovery and development programmes and enhance our treatments and patient outcomes.

These organisations help us learn about the needs of the community and the challenges patients, their families, support systems and healthcare providers, face. This knowledge enables us to develop collaborative programmes that support patients and their care partners.