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OtsukaUS Jun 21
Interested in learning more about our company and culture? Follow us on LinkedIn! You’ll also find career opportunities posted in the Jobs section.
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OtsukaUS Jun 19
More Than My Diagnosis is part of Otsuka Patient Education Network (OPEN). Meet individuals who either live with issues or know someone who does. They share their stories & remind the world that a diagnosis does not define a person.
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OtsukaUS Jun 18
that up to 50% of people with have kidney failure before the age of 60? Otsuka is proud to support the art installation on display at – a tribute to the physician and patient contributions to PKD research.
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OtsukaUS Jun 17
At , the installation combines technology, social media and art to create a multisensory tribute to Dr. Jared J. Grantham and patients who supported advancements in the field. Tweet the hashtag to light up the exhibit in real time.
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OtsukaUS Jun 17
How should you handle someone who tells you they’re suicidal? provides a guide to help you know how to respond and connect them to help.
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OtsukaUS Jun 14
Kelli Tea (Senior Director, Nephrology Marketing) was proud to attend the exhibit dedication on behalf of Otsuka at . Otsuka is humbled to be a part of the community.
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OtsukaUS Jun 14
As a sponsor of , we’re joining in addressing unmet needs from across the and communities.
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OtsukaUS Jun 14
The transition from college athlete to 9 to 5 employee can be difficult. Join four Otsuka employees sharing their experiences moving from the field to the office. Part One: The Remedy
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OtsukaUS Jun 13
Today we dedicate Light the Way, an interactive light & sound installation celebrating both the impact of a pioneer in the field of –Dr. Jared J. Grantham– & the patients who participated in clinical trials influenced by his work, at in Kansas City.
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OtsukaUS Jun 13
Otsuka is proud to be a sponsor of , focusing on understanding underlying factors that lead to both physical and concerns in children and adults.
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OtsukaUS Jun 12
Our Let’s Talk Video Series: Sports Edition examines the transition from college athlete to 9 to 5 employee. Join four Otsuka employees sharing their experiences moving from the field to the office.
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OtsukaUS Jun 10
Observed annually the week prior to , the purpose of Men’s Health Week is to heighten the awareness of preventable health problems and encourage early detection and treatment among men & boys.
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OtsukaUS Jun 6
“There is a unique opportunity within Otsuka to think differently. We have the freedom to go beyond our roles to contribute, to innovate, and produce outcomes that impact our overall mission.” -Ron Newbold
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OtsukaUS Jun 5
More Than My Diagnosis is part of Otsuka Patient Education Network (OPEN). Meet individuals who either live with issues or know someone who does. They share their stories & remind the world that a diagnosis does not define a person.
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OtsukaUS Jun 3
June is to raise awareness about physical and issues impacting boys and men. Learn more at
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OtsukaUS Jun 3
Otsuka is pleased to have had two of our women leaders honored by at their Woman of the Year event. Carole Augustine (Rising Star) & Jennifer McGee (Luminary) were each recognized. We’re proud to encourage the advancement of women in healthcare.
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OtsukaUS May 31
Talking about mental health can be difficult and awkward, but just a few words can make a big difference. shares some conversation starters to help you break the ice and in helping someone talk about their .
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OtsukaUS May 29
Otsuka Patient Education Network (OPEN) was designed so and had access to educational resources. We want patients to know they mean more to us than just a diagnosis.
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OtsukaUS May 28
May marks the 70th anniversary of Month. Along with , Otsuka is proud to co-sponsor this year’s campaign, , providing tools & strategies for boosting & wellness. Learn more:
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OtsukaUS May 24
? Half of all lifetime conditions begin by age 14 and 75% by age 24, but early intervention programs can help. Learn more at
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