Jameel Health’s ‘Insights’ thought leadership series provides you with a unique and engaging insight into the challenges and opportunities seen in realizing our vision of accelerating access to modern medical care for those who need it most. We’ll feature stories from around the world, about our targeted investments, our partnerships and the issues relevant for raising health and healthcare standards and access across our global society today and tomorrow.

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imgMarch 5, 2024 | Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Finding the right prescription for person-centered healthcare

Anyone who's experienced healthcare will know it frequently falls short of this ideal. Why? It's not a matter of lacking the necessary technology or methodologies; these tools are readily available.

imgFebruary 12, 2024 | Dubai, United Arab Emirates

A new era in tackling cancer

Developments in scientific research could help bring about a sea-change in how we fight cancer. But meeting the challenges posed by the disease will also involve serious efforts from those outside the lab.

imgNovember 27, 2023 | Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Delivering on Healthcare Distribution

While some health systems flourish, flaws in health supply chains are leaving many populations, deprived of life-saving drugs and apparatus. Read more.

imgOctober 10, 2023 | Dubai, United Arab Emirates

AgeTech Digital Technology Helping People Live Better Live

Abdul Latif Jameel Health is proud to play a part in the development of AgeTech solutions that could help older people live healthy lives. Read more.

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imgSeptember 8, 2023 | Dubai, United Arab Emirates

How to improve the effectiveness of healthcare spending

Globally, healthcare spending is growing faster than most economies. Is that because the more you spend, the better health outcomes you achieve? Unfortunately, not. Some countries seem to get better health outcomes for less money. High spenders take note; low spenders take heart.

imgAugust 8, 2023 | Dubai, UAE

Confronting the challenge of rare diseases

Some diseases are so prevalent they have become familiar to everyone – think heart disease, cancer, diabetes and dementia, to name just a few. If you yourself are not one of the millions of sufferers worldwide, then chances are you have a friend of family member who is. Yet many diseases – equally pernicious, equally devastating – slip under the radar because their incidence is relatively rare. Although definitions vary around the world, a disease is often classed as ‘rare’ if it affects fewer than 1 in 2,000 people, or less than 0.05% of a given population.

imgMay 2, 2023 | Dubai, UAE

Are we any closer to a cure for cancer?

Scientists had long been eyeing mRNA as a revolutionary weapon in the war against cancer. The avalanche of funding, resources and talent that poured into the mRNA field heralded a game-changing moment in cancer research. It promised nothing less than a new breed of mRNA treatments designed to boost the body’s immune response against unwanted cell mutation.

imgApril 11, 2023 | Dubai, UAE

Resistance is not futile

For most of human history, even the tiniest of scratches could prove fatal. Never mind pneumonia, childbirth or surgery, gardening was a potentially deadly pursuit. A graze or scratch could become infected, and there was very little you could about it apart from hoping the harmful microbes didn’t spread. It was basically your immune system versus the bacteria.

imgApril 11, 2023 | Dubai, UAE

Halting the march of metabolic syndrome

In medical lexicon ‘metabolic syndrome’ (MetS) might not exactly trip from the tongue like ‘heart disease’ or ‘cancer’. Yet, depending on where you live in the world, there could be a one-in-three chance you have the condition already. And despite its relative obscurity, be in no doubt: its impact is life threatening.

imgApril 11, 2023 | London, UK

Forging a new model for cancer treatment: A Q&A with Professor R Charles Coombes

Forging a new model for cancer treatment: A Q&A with Professor R Charles Coombes, newly appointed special scientific advisor to Jameel Health.

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