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During the COVID pandemic, healthcare systems in Brazil have responded strongly, leading to several new opportunities, including investment and business options. Post-pandemic opportunities include:
• Development of cutting-edge vaccines, with increasing participation of local research centers and laboratories;
• Progress in digital health regulation;
• Expansion of hospital complexes and healthcare infrastructure;
• Demand for innovative medical products and for venture capital in healthcare.
These opportunities demonstrate the great potential for continued growth of the Brazilian market. This forum will present an overview of the market and address current challenges and business opportunities in the Brazilian life science and healthcare sectors.
Agenda and Speakers
8:30 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. - Registration, Breakfast, and Networking
9:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. - Opening Remarks, Panel Discussion, and Q&A
Moderators: Gustavo Kesselring, MD, GFMD, Vice President & External Affairs, IFAPP Academy Inc.
James Rosenstein, International Business Consultant, JSR International Consulting, LLC
Program and Speakers:
Telehealth and Data Protection in Brazil: “Digital health in the post-pandemic world”
Speaker: Rubens Granja, Partner,Head of the Life Sciences & Healthcare Practice, Lefosse
Clinical Research for pharmaceutical industries in Brazil and Latin America: “Expansion, opportunities, lessons learned during the pandemic and decentralized clinical trials”
Speaker: Luis Russo, MD, PhD, MBA, CEO, Care Access Brazil
Healthtechs Startups in Brazil: “Opportunities for healthtechs in the Brazilian post-pandemic market”
Speaker: Bruno Porto, Partner, Leader of Brazil Health Industries and Services, PwC
The midterm election coming up is too important to sit out. That's why I'm writing on behalf of my friends at the Democratic Legislative Campaign Committee fighting for critical state legislatures across the country. Can you help support this crucial work?
I got my start in politics as a community organizer in Chicago, and went on to serve as a state senator in Illinois for eight years. I know firsthand how important state legislatures are and the impact they have on our democracy. In many ways, the folks who represent you at the state and local level have more of an impact on your life than the ones you send to Washington.
But while Democratic legislators are working every day to promote opportunity, equity, and justice for all, Republicans are using their state legislative majorities to gut the Affordable Care Act, deny abortion access to millions of women, and suppress the vote.
This Election Day, hundreds of competitive state legislative seats are up for grabs – and it will take all of us coming together to make sure Democratic state legislators can keep this country moving forward.
Across the country, Democratic lawmakers are making real progress.
In the 17 states where they hold majorities, state Democrats have set up state-level protections for abortion access. In those same states, they've put in place common-sense gun reforms and expanded access to the ballot box. That's why I'm proud to announce my support for the DLCC ahead of November's election.
The best thing we can do this fall is to build Democratic power in statehouses across the country. But that will only happen if every Democrat reading this email gets off the sidelines. We need voters, grassroots volunteers, and you in this fight.
Friend, I'll be honest: Things aren't looking good.
First,Donald Trump came to Georgia and held huge rallies with my opponent, Herschel Walker – all to fire up the GOP base and flip this seat.
Then, Walker received an outpouringof support from Republican donors across the country. He has raised over $20 MILLION to defeat me.
Now,we're launching TV ads to fight back against the GOP and reach as many voters as possible with our people-powered message. But we’re on track to miss our goal –which means we risk having to cut back on our ads.
Unlike Walker, I've made the decision to reject any and all corporate PAC money – meaning our campaign is 100% fueled by folks like you. That's why I'm coming to you, friend, with this urgent ask:
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Friend, I know you probably didn’t wake up this morning thinking you’d make a donation to help me defend Arizona’s battleground Senate seat, but I'm humbly asking for your help.
In just a single week, the NRSC spent $1 million on attack ads against me – and they've committed to piling on another $13 million. Donald Trump has held three rallies in Arizona to fire up his base around his handpicked candidate. And polling shows me 2 points behind.
We've got to fight back against these relentless attacks and pull ahead before it's too late. But we've already missed a few fundraising goals in a row – so every single one from here on out is critical.
That's why I'm asking you directly, friend. With time running out before our critical midnight deadline, I’m still short of the $50,000 we need to hold Arizona's Senate seat. So, please: