OUR COMMITMENT TO ADVANCING THERAPIES FOR CNS DISORDERS IS REFLECTED IN THE BREADTH OF OUR PIPELINE
Today with over 1 billion people affected by neurological disorders, there is a significant unmet need to discover and develop new medicines for patients with central nervous system (CNS) disorders. In our attempt to meet this urgent need, Upsher-Smith will commit significant resources to develop novel drugs and innovative new treatments for patients. Part of this commitment is the funding of our drug discovery research facility, Proximagen, Ltd., in Cambridge, U.K.
Leadership Beyond Treatment
At Upsher-Smith, we are proud of our heritage of providing the right products to make people’s lives better. We began in 1919 as a US company in Minnesota and we remain a US company with our manufacturing headquarters located in Plymouth, Minnesota. On a local level, we have a strong history of impactful work and charitable contributions. Our employees participate in walkathons, fundraisers, and internal education programs to create a better awareness of medical conditions affecting our friends and neighbors. We view these activities as a privilege rather than a service.
Sharing knowledge is vital for discovering new treatments and improved outcomes for patients. We believe that improving patient and caregiver education, and increasing disease awareness, are also vital for understanding CNS disorders and the economic burden they pose. Upsher-Smith is diligently working to provide forums where healthcare professionals, patients, and caregivers can share their experiences, expertise, and new findings with the broader community. It is through continuous improvement in disease state education and patient support programs, as well as advancements in both drug development and treatment paradigms, that we are able to team with physicians to improve patient outcomes.
During a time when the US government is undergoing a deeply transformative process, which has heavy implications for the healthcare sector, Upsher-Smith is committed to being an advocate for those suffering from CNS disorders. We are also partnering with other organizations to eliminate the stigma associated with CNS disorders by improving education for our patients, caregivers, and community.