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Ep09: Lessons From the Trenches: Ed Cox shares his experiences at Dthera and building a DTx for Alzheimer's

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Ep09: Lessons From the Trenches: Ed Cox shares his experiences at Dthera and building a DTx for Alzheimer's

Edward Cox - Executive Vice President of Strategic Alliances and Global Head of Digital Medicines at EVERSANA
February 23, 2021
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Ep09: Lessons From the Trenches: Ed Cox shares his experiences at Dthera and building a DTx for Alzheimer's

In this episode, I speak with Ed Cox, who is an Executive Vice President of Strategic Alliances and Global Head of Digital Medicines at EVERSANA. In our conversation, we focus on his journey through Dthera and the many lessons learned. 

But before we dive in: Those of you who know Ed, will agree, he is a memorable guy, and therefore I am super surprised I can not even remember where we first met but what I do know is that every time I speak with Ed, I feel like I have known him my whole life.  

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Be sure to check out my previous episode where I spoke with David Klein, CEO and Founder of Click Therapeutics – a company that was started in 2012 as a smoking cessation app and now with a pipeline of DTx therapies and a $500M deal with Boehringer Ingelheim. 

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