FH hosts pharma debate in London

‘Why does the pharma industry sell us Ferraris?’ is the intriguing title of a debate to be hosted by Fleishman-Hillard in London on 13 June.

Roy Lilley and Chris Ham, two well-known UK health policy analysts and commentators, will examine issues such as ‘whether the NHS needs what the pharma industry is selling’.

The event is free for attendees and will be held at the Salvador Dali Gallery at County Hall. The debate will start at 7pm.

Separately, F-H’s med ed division, The Remedy, has hired Stephanie Bond as an account manager from Burson-Marsteller, where she worked for 18 months as an associate. The Remedy has also hired an ex-pharmacist, Gemma Tinsdale, as an account executive.

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