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Johnson & Johnson's 2020 Health for Humanity Report details the progress it's made in the past five years in driving sustainable social, environmental and economic change around the globe. Now the company's looking ahead to the next five.
The launch of the new OURTONE™ strips, which come in three brown shades, means more bandage options for communities of color—and scholarship support for Black nursing students.
On the 40th anniversary of what would become the first AIDS diagnosis, we look at the groundbreaking strides the company has made—and continues to make—toward a world without the disease.
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As Johnson & Johnson Vision publishes its annual impact report, we share stats about how the company is helping expand eye care across the globe through advocacy, education and sustainable innovation.
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Despite obstacles and setbacks, these researchers vowed to never give up working to develop a new treatment for non-small cell lung cancer. As the drug receives FDA approval, they share their journey.
From inclusive benefits to partnerships with nonprofits, the company aims to be a strong ally during Pride Month—and beyond.
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Severe cases of hemolytic disease of the fetus and newborn can be deadly in infants. That's why Johnson & Johnson is passionate about investigating a promising option for treating the disorder.
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Johnson & Johnson Proudly Supports the LGBTQIA+ Community

In honor of Pride Month, read about the company's commitment to allyship and ensuring that its employees feel safe and accepted through inclusive policies, business practices and public advocacy.
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Recent Johnson & Johnson Initiatives in the Spotlight

Learn more about the company’s latest groundbreaking programs, game-changing innovations and global partnerships—all aimed at helping change the trajectory of health for humanity.
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