Leading global pharmaceutical firm Mylan N.V. announced on June 3 from Hertfordshire, England, and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, that it will present at the Goldman Sachs 36th Annual Global Healthcare Conference, to be held Tuesday, June 9, starting at 7 p.m. ET.
Mylan is committed to setting new standards in healthcare. It strives to bring high quality medicine to seven billion people worldwide; to satisfy unmet needs with reliability and service excellence; and positively impact the future. Mylan operates a growth-oriented portfolio of approximately 1,400 generic pharmaceuticals plus several brands.
The company offers antiretroviral therapies for HIV/AIDS patients in developing countries and operates manufacturing facilities and marketing in about 145 countries and territories, with a workforce of close to 30,000.
Founded in 1961, its philanthropic efforts help people in small towns and rural communities gain access to affordable medicine.
It supports causes including the Make-a-Wish Foundation, Pittsburgh Promise, United Way, March of Dimes, Ronald McDonald House and the American Cancer Society.
In 2012, Mylan became the title sponsor of World TeamTennis and their Smash Hits event, created by Billie Jean King and Sir Elton John to support several HIV/AIDS-based charities, including the Elton John AIDS Foundation.
The Goldman Sachs presentation can be accessed via live webcast on the company’s website at www.mylan.com/investors. The Healthcare Conference will take place in Rancho Palos Verdes, California. Mylan’s presentation is slated to start 4 p.m. PT June 9.
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