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Preventing ADHD Medication Misuse

Shire has announced its participation in a new organization - Coalition to Prevent ADHD Medication Misuse (CPAMM) - whose mission to help prevent the misuse, abuse, and diversion of ADHD prescription stimulant medication, with an initial emphasis on collegeage students.

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Building a Responsible Network

We believe in investing in the time it takes to build real relationships—to learn about our partners, to see them in their cultural environments, to talk to them about their philosophies, and to share Shire’s policies.

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Supporting our patients, wherever they are in the world

For patients with rare diseases whose quality of life depends on infusion medicines, travel can present enormous challenges. Find out how Shire went to extraodinary lengths to help those in need.

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Shire's Clinical Trials website serves as the source for Shire-sponsored clinical trials, as well as a resource for education and awareness about clinical research. It also provides increased transparency into Shire’s data sharing practices.


Shire's Stance 

Shire opposes the misuse, abuse, and diversion of prescription ADHD medicines.

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2013 Annual Report

We are focused on growing Shire by developing and marketing innovative specialty medicines that address significant unmet patient needs.

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Our products

Shire has a wide range of products on the market and will ensure that it can make more products available in the future.


Our responsibility

We're pleased to announce that we have again been recognized as a constituent of the FTSE4Good Index Series. Read more



What Responsibility means to Shire. Read more here.

Our stance on ADHD

Shire Opposes Misuse, Abuse and
Diversion of Prescription ADHD
Medicines. Read more here.