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In the spirit of Thanksgiving, we're gathering to celebrate just a few of the many ways that the company has changed life, and health, as we know it over the last 130 years.
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The company has committed to donate up to 500,000 doses of an investigational Janssen vaccine regimen to help protect citizens of the Democratic Republic of the Congo—the site of the world's second largest outbreak of the disease.
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Johnson & Johnson, a 2019 Working Mother Best Company for Dads, supported just-released research on the office benefits fathers most wish they had. Can you guess what factor influences dads to be 20% more likely to take time off to be with their families?

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