• Community
    We play an active role in making every community in which we operate a better place to live and work in, knowing that its continued vitality has a direct impact on the long-term health of our business.
  • Respect for People
    Our success has always been dependent on one very important cornerstone - people in general, be it our customers, our stakeholders or our employees. We value our diversity as a source of strength and proud of Pfizer's history of treating people with respect and dignity.
  • Quality
    Quality is ingrained in the work of our colleagues and all our Values. We are also dedicate to the delivery of quality healthcare to people around the world. Our business practices and processes are design achieved quality results that exceed the expectations of all our stakeholders.

According to the World Health Organization, more than 10 million people are diagnosed with cancer every year, and it is estimated that this will rise to 15 million new cases every year by 2020. There are more than 200 different types of cancer, each with its own name and treatment.

The risk of developing cancer increases with age, with over 70% of newly diagnosed cases occurring in people aged 60 years and above.

Many people with cancer can be cured. For those who can't, there are treatments available which can control the cancer for months or even years.

We are leading the world in discovering and developing medicines that help our patients manage various types of cancer including stomach, bowel, esophagus, kidney, colon or rectum, and breast cancers.

We encourage patients to inculcate good daily habits including exercise, together with a balanced and healthy diet, and stopping or cutting back on smoking and drinking alcohol.  These changes may help and work with medication.

For more information on cancer, please visit www.hope.com.

    Related Documents

  • Hope Handbook 1

    Hope Handbook 1

    A Resource Guidebook for Newly Diagnosed Cancer Patients
  • Hope Handbook 2

    Hope Handbook 2

    A Guide for Cancer Caregivers