Mental Health

The pandemic has made mental well-being a public health must

A centre in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil for elderly people, homeless and patients with mental health conditions. Image: Reuters/Pilar Olivares

Julie Van Ongevalle
Executive Vice President, Consumer Healthcare, Sanofi
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