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Sadia Kaenzig
Sadia KaenzigCommunications ManagerIFPMA

Sadia Kaenzig

After obtaining two master’s degrees in International Relations from the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies (Geneva) and Translations from Geneva University, Sadia Kaenzig worked for the International Red Cross (ICRC and IFRC), Drugs for Neglected Diseases initiative (DNDi) mainly as a communications expert, and for the refugee agency UNHCR as a UN Volunteer.

Sadia joined IFPMA in 2014 and is in charge of communications, namely in the areas of biotherapeutic medicines and vaccines, regulatory affairs, innovation, trade, and intellectual property communications.

No more flu

Millions of people catch the flu every year. Worldwide it attacks up to one in ten adults and twice as many children.

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The flu is dangerous for asthma patients. Their already weakened immune systems mean they’re more likely to experience severe complications with the flu.

65+ Adults

Flu is more than just a cold – especially for over 65s. Take some simple steps to avoid the risk of complications.

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