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Alkermes plc is a fully-integrated, global biopharmaceutical company developing innovative medicines in the fields of neuroscience and oncology. The company has a portfolio of proprietary commercial products focused on alcohol dependence, opioid dependence, schizophrenia and bipolar I disorder, and a pipeline of product candidates in development for neurodegenerative disorders and cancer. Headquartered in Dublin, Ireland, Alkermes plc has an R&D center in Waltham, Massachusetts; a research and manufacturing facility in Athlone, Ireland; and a manufacturing facility in Wilmington, Ohio. For more information, please visit Alkermes' website at www.alkermes.com.

    LGB Adults Are More Likely to Binge Drink Than Their Non-LGB Counterparts Image

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    06-24-22

    LGB Adults Are More Likely to Binge Drink Than Their Non-LGB Counterparts

    A survey by the The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) showed that 32% of lesbian, gay and bisexual adults reported binge drinking versus 26% of non-LGB adults.
    Celebrating LGBTQIA+ Mental Health Trailblazers Image

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    06-15-22

    Celebrating LGBTQIA+ Mental Health Trailblazers

    Pride Month is a time for us to celebrate the important strides made to support and advance LGBTQIA+ mental health.
    Alkermes Announces 2022 Alkermes Inspiration Grants® Program to Support Innovative Programs Focused on People Affected by Addiction, Serious Mental Illness or Cancer Image

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    06-07-22

    Alkermes Announces 2022 Alkermes Inspiration Grants® Program to Support Innovative Programs Focused on People Affected by Addiction, Serious Mental Illness or Cancer

    Alkermes plc (Nasdaq: ALKS) announced that the company will accept applications for its Alkermes Inspiration Grants® program beginning on June 15, 2022.
    Substance Use Disorders Impacted 8.3% of American Adults in 2020 Image

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    06-02-22

    Substance Use Disorders Impacted 8.3% of American Adults in 2020

    The 2020 National Survey on Drug Use and Health reports that 8.3% of American adults, or 20.9 million people, in the United States had a substance use disorder in 2020.
     Alkermes Awarded 2022 Platinum Bell Seal for Workplace Mental Health Image

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    05-20-22

    Alkermes Awarded 2022 Platinum Bell Seal for Workplace Mental Health

    We’re proud to announce that we’ve received the 2022 #BellSealforWorkplaceMentalHealth at Platinum from Mental Health America!
    Tips to Improve Mental Well-Being Image

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    05-18-22

    Tips to Improve Mental Well-Being

    It is estimated that up to one-third of cancer patients in hospitals experience negative mental health effects.
    Alkermes to Highlight Data Related to Psychiatry Portfolio at Upcoming Scientific Conferences During Mental Health Awareness Month Image

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    05-09-22

    Alkermes to Highlight Data Related to Psychiatry Portfolio at Upcoming Scientific Conferences During Mental Health Awareness Month

    May is Mental Health Awareness Month, and it's an important reminder of the tremendous unmet need that still exists for people living with mental health conditions.
    Alcohol-related Deaths Increased by 25% in 2020 Image

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    05-02-22

    Alcohol-related Deaths Increased by 25% in 2020

    A new study from the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism shows alcohol-related deaths increased by 25% in 2020 and remained elevated in 2021.
    Alkermes Recognizes Minority Cancer Awareness Month Image

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    04-28-22

    Alkermes Recognizes Minority Cancer Awareness Month

    While the industry has made great strides in cancer research and treatments, minority groups in the U.S. continue to bear a greater burden of cancers compared with others.
    LGBTQ+ People Are More Likely to Experience a Mental Health Condition Image

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    04-28-22

    LGBTQ+ People Are More Likely to Experience a Mental Health Condition

    Minority Health Month fact: Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender adults are more likely to experience a mental health condition than cisgender, heterosexual adults.
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