Cello Health

Cello Health are a passionate team of global advisers, expert at navigating life science clients to confident critical decisions

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We work with 24 of the top 25 pharmaceutical companies as well as 100s of biotechs globally from our offices in the US and Europe

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We provide multiple perspectives, helping healthcare clients uncover hidden insights, explore scientific options and make difficult strategic choices

We recognise that the journey is often as important as the destination. We work like an extension of your team so your overall journey with us feels better

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We provide multiple perspectives, helping healthcare clients uncover hidden insights, explore scientific options and make difficult strategic choices

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Personalised medicine - Only for the few
Personalised medicine - Only for the few
As ever increasing numbers of Pharma and Biotech companies focus on filling their pipelines with potential high value personalised medicine products there is much excitement in the industry.
Patients, Purse Strings and Politics
Patients, Purse Strings and Politics
At a time of considerable focus on government health policy, Cello Health’s Dr Scott Purdon and Chrissy Potter, discuss the evolving pharmaceutical industry, market access opportunities and NHSE reform.
Misplaced trust? The recent ranitidine recall is leaving patients with a bad case of heartburn
Misplaced trust? The recent ranitidine recall is leaving patients with a bad case of heartburn
Recently, both the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the European Medicines Agency (EMA) recommended precautionary measures due to the presence of N-nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA) in medicines containing the drug ranitidine.
How best to increase public awareness of antibiotic resistance?
How best to increase public awareness of antibiotic resistance?
Timed to coincide with World Antibiotic Awareness Week (WAAW), BMJ Opinion recently published a thought-provoking article outlining key benefits of public awareness campaigns.

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The journey to scientific and commercial success is often complex and always critical. If you are looking for an expert partner to help steer you to confident solutions, contact us today

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