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Case Studies


Impact

9 million+ patients
reached, lasting
business results  

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Case Studies


Impact

9 million+ patients
reached, lasting
business results  

We combine our global experience in 100+ countries with local know how to find common ground between patient needs and business priorities. 

Case Studies

Axios-managed programs and strategies successfully align client objectives with the needs of local communities, governments and non-profit organizations to drive both patient outcomes and business results.

MAXIMIZING TREATMENT BENEFIT USING INNOVATIVE ACCESS MODELS  United Arab Emirates

MAXIMIZING TREATMENT BENEFIT USING INNOVATIVE ACCESS MODELS 

United Arab Emirates

prioritizing key markets for launch Europe and Middle East (30 countries)

prioritizing key markets
for launch

Europe and Middle East (30 countries)

TRANSFORMING BREAST CANCER TREATMENT CAPACITY Ethiopia

TRANSFORMING BREAST
CANCER TREATMENT CAPACITY

Ethiopia

STRENGTHENING SUPPLY CHAINS Nigeria and Sudan

STRENGTHENING SUPPLY CHAINS

Nigeria and Sudan

IMPROVING TREATMENT AFFORDABILITY in Non-reimbursed populations Thailand

IMPROVING TREATMENT AFFORDABILITY in Non-reimbursed populations

Thailand

BUILDING ADHERENCE THROUGH PERSONal SUPPORT United Arab Emirates

BUILDING ADHERENCE
THROUGH PERSONal
SUPPORT

United Arab Emirates

BUILDING AN AFRICA LAUNCH STRATEGY Africa (49 countries)

BUILDING AN AFRICA LAUNCH STRATEGY

Africa (49 countries)

AFFORDABILITY AND WILLINGNESS TO PAY studY to inform market potential Asia and Middle East

AFFORDABILITY AND WILLINGNESS TO PAY studY
to inform market potential

Asia and Middle East

Improving CANCER TREATMENT Access and Capacity 80+ countries

Improving CANCER
TREATMENT Access and Capacity

80+ countries

PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS FOR hiv care and treatment 65+ countries

PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS FOR hiv care and treatment

65+ countries

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Publications


Our work has been published in
30+ leading peer-reviewed journals

Publications


Our work has been published in
30+ leading peer-reviewed journals

Our Publications

Axios believes that sharing knowledge and communicating experiences are key to increasing access to healthcare in a sustainable and results-driven way. As a means of contributing to the global access dialogue, Axios strives to develop and publish our lessons learned in leading peer-reviewed journals. 

Axios Projects

Societal impact of dengue outbreaks: Stakeholder perceptions and related implications. A qualitative study in Brazil, 2015
Ladner J, Rodrigues M, Davis B, Besson MH, Audureau E, et al.
PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases 11(3), 2017

Experiences and Lessons Learned from 29 HPV Vaccination Programs Implemented in 19 Low and Middle-Income Countries, 2009-2014
Ladner J, Besson MH, Audureau E, Rodrigues M, & Saba J.
BMC Health Services Research, 16:575, 2016

Performance of HIV Prevention of Mother-To-Child Transmission Programs in Sub-Saharan Africa: Longitudinal Assessment of 64 Nevirapine-Based Programs Implemented in 25 Countries, 2000-2011
Ladner J, Besson MH, Rodrigues M, Audureau E, & Saba J.
PLOS One, 10(6), 2015

Performance of 21 HPV Vaccination Programs Implemented in Low and Middle-Income Countries, 2009-2013
Ladner J, Besson MH, Rodrigues M, Audureau E, & Saba J.  
BMC Public Health, Volume 14, Issue 4, page 670, 2014

Increasing Access to Care for Chronic Myeloid Leukemia Patients: Assessment of a Scaling-up Program
Ladner J, Tekinturhan E, Tavolacci MP, Audureau E, & Saba J.  
Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved, Volume 24, Issue 4, pages 1486-1497, 2013

Improving Access to Care in Low and Middle-Income Countries: Institutional Factors Related to Enrollment and Patient Outcome in a Cancer Drug Access Program
Tekinturhan E, Audureau E, Tavolacci MP, Garcia-Gonzalez P, & Ladner J.
BMC Health Services Research, Volume 13, Issue 1, 2013

Prevention of Mother-to-Child HIV Transmission in Resource-Limited Settings: Assessment of 99 Viramune Donation Programmes in 34 Countries
Ladner J, Besson MH, Rodrigues M, Sams K, Audureau E, & Saba J.   
BMC Public Health, Volume 13, Issue 1, page 470, 2013

Scaling Up Prevention of Mother-to-Child HIV Transmission Programs in Sub-Saharan African Countries: A Multilevel Assessment of Site-, Program- and Country-Level Determinants of Performance
Audureau E, Kahn J, Besson MH, Saba J, & Ladner J.
BMC Public Health, Volume 13, Issue 1, 2013

Artemisinin-Based Combination Therapy Availability and Use in the Private Sector of Five AMFm Phase 1 Countries
Davis B, Ladner J, Sams K, Tekinturhan E, de Korte D, & Saba J.
Malaria Journal, Volume 12, Issue 1, page 135, 2013

Experience of Initial Symptoms of Breast Cancer and Triggers for Action in Ethiopia
Dye TD, Bogale S, Hobden C, Tilahun Y, Deressa T, & Reeler A.
International Journal of Breast Cancer, Volume 2012

An Assessment of Eight HPV Vaccination Programs Implemented in Lowest Income Countries
Ladner J, Besson MH, Hampshire R, Tapert L, Chirenje M, & Saba J.      
BMC Public Health, 12:370, 2012

A Mixed-Method Assessment of Beliefs and Practice Around Breast Cancer in Ethiopia: Implications for Public Health Programming and Cancer Control
Rechter V, Reeler A, et al.
Global Public Health, Volume 6, Issue 7, pages 719-731, 2011

Complex Care Systems in Developing Countries: Breast Cancer Patient Navigation in Ethiopia
Dye TD, Hobden C, Bizé M, Reeler A, et al.
American Cancer Society, Cancer, Volume 116 Issue 3, pages 577-585, 2009

Addressing the Cancer Crisis in the Developing World
Lunzer Kritz F.
Global Health Council, HealthLink, Issue 147, 2008

Overcoming Challenges of Cancer Treatment Programmes in Developing Countries: A Sustainable Breast Cancer Initiative in Ethiopia
Reeler A, Sikora K, & Solomon B.
Clinical Oncology, Volume 20, Issue 3, page 270, 2008


Disease Areas

Access to Cancer Treatment in Low and Middle Income Countries – An Essential Part of Global Cancer Control
CanTreat International
UICC 10 - World Cancer Congress, Shenzen, China, August 2010

Scaling Up Cancer Diagnosis and Treatment in Developing Countries: What Can We Learn from the HIV/AIDS Epidemic?
CanTreat International
Annals of Oncology, Volume 21, Issue 4, pages 680-682, 2010

The Hidden Epidemic: Women's Cancer in Low and Middle Income Countries
15th Congress of the European Cancer Organization and 34th Congress of the European Society for Medical Oncology
Berlin, Germany, September 2009

Cancer Treatment and Care in Developing Countries
World Cancer Day, February 2009

Women's Cancers in Developing Countries: From Research to an Integrated Health Systems Approach
Reeler A, Zhang AL, Saba J, et al.
Asia Pacific Journal of Cancer Prevention, Vol. 10, 2009

Education Status among Orphans and Non-Orphans in Communities Affected by AIDS in Tanzania and Burkina Faso
Hampshire R, Dye T, Krzinger ML, Pagnier J, Wakabi T, et al.
IDS Care, Volume 20, Issue 6, pages 726-732, 2008

HIV Prevention Costs and Program Scale: Data from the PANCEA Project In Five Low And Middle-Income Countries
Saba J, Muyingo S, et al.
BMS Health Services Research, 2007

The Costs and Benefits of Private Sector Provision of Treatment to HIV-Infected Employees in Kampala, Uganda
Marseille E, Saba J, Muyingo S, & Kahn J.
AIDS, Volume 20, Issue 6, pages 907-914, 2006.

Contemporary Prevalence and Prevention of Micro-Nutrient Deficiencies In Refugee Settings Worldwide
Dye T.
Oxford Journals, Journal of Refugee Studies, Volume 20, Number 1, pages 108-119, 2006

Cancer in Developing Countries: Challenges and Solutions
Reeler A, et al.
Annals of Oncology, Vol. 17, Issue suppl. 8, 2006

Health Systems Financing: Putting Together the "Back Office"
Dare L, & Reeler A.
British Medical Journal, 331, pages 759-762, 2005

Money and Friendship: Modes of Empowerment in Thai Health Care
Reeler, A. 1996. (Book)
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