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We Care For Every Heartbeat

Making a difference every day to people’s lives and putting patients and healthcare professionals at the very heart of what we do, is what drives us at Daiichi Sankyo.

At Daiichi Sankyo, we care for every heartbeat. Our goal is to protect people from cardiovascular disease (CVD) and help those who suffer from it by raising awareness, leveraging our expertise in providing effective information and disease awareness campaigns, and inspiring positive change in cardiovascular care including equipping people to take charge of their health.

Responsible for over 10,000 lives lost every day across Europe1, CVD is the leading cause of death2 and cases are on the rise. Greater awareness of the most common symptoms of CVD can enable people to act more proactively and seek earlier medical intervention. Such symptoms can include not only chest tightness, heart palpitations, and limb numbness, but other symptoms not typically known as signals of heart disease.3

As part of our role in addressing the challenges of cardiovascular diseases, we’re investing in a series of wider initiatives to understand and respond to ongoing and future challenges in cardiovascular care. These wider projects aim to help advance and share our knowledge, and inspire improvements to care for cardiovascular disease patients. On this page, you will find information and assets for download, which will be updated regularly. You’ll find more in our story section below.

We Care For Every Heartbeat
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European Heart Network. European Cardiovascular Disease Statistics 2017 edition.

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Last Accessed March 2023.

Bottle A, et al. Routes to diagnosis of heart failure: observational study using linked data in England. Heart. 2018; 104(7):600–605.

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Last Accessed September 2022.

Daiichi Sankyo Europe. European Survey Report of Cardiovascular Disease, Daiichi Sankyo Europe / Censuswide. October 2021.

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Last Accessed October 2022.

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