RESPONSIBLE CORPORATIONS IN AN EVER-CHANGING WORLD
Taiho Oncology Europe GmbH strives to make a positive contribution to society and the environment. We support our local communities through charitable endeavors, and we work proactively to protect the environment by minimizing the environmental impact in every aspect of our work – from research and development to production, distribution, marketing, and disposal.
Furthermore, as a member of Otsuka Holdings, we are part of a group of companies that pursues initiatives that are shaped by mutual respect and open communication with all stakeholders, including customers and business partners in the countries and regions where we do business.
MAKING A POSITIVE CONTRIBUTION
“We are proud to support patients through partnerships with organizations that share our company’s mission to improve awareness, prevention and access to quality care for cancer patients and the community at risk.”
BLOOD CANCER AWARENESS MONTH
September is Blood Cancer Awareness Month. Taiho Oncology is committed to advancing treatment options for patients with hematological malignancies. In addition, we want to help ensure that the healthcare community, patients, as well as their families and caregivers, are aware of the valuable resources and services provided by patient advocacy groups. Several advocacy groups focused on hematological malignancies are listed on the image above.
Within our Patient Alliances organization, we strive to understand the patient journey from diagnosis through treatment, incorporating the patient experience into the fabric of the company. We do this by actively engaging with patient advocacy organizations throughout clinical development and post-product launch to ensure we understand patient and caregiver perspectives and insights in the pursuit of advancing care. Additionally, Taiho provides funding support for patient and caregiver programs, initiatives, education and research.
DAY OF GIVING
DAY OF GIVING
As part of Taiho Oncology’s recent Day of Giving, scores of our employees were out and about giving a helping hand to members of the community. This effort is part of TaihoCares, a diversity and inclusion initiative aimed at addressing disparities and social inequities in the U.S.