Skip to content

    Recently Viewed


      Home / Our Company / Our societal impact / Global Health Equity /
      Pioneering the next generation of treatment solutions

      Pioneering the next generation of treatment solutions

      We support innovation across the continuum of care, to help to develop new technologies, treatments and vaccines.
      Latest news
      Individual vaccine vials undergoing visual inspection and quality assurance

      The new Ebola clinical trial that’s focused on helping halt future outbreaks

      A groundbreaking partnership between countries, health organizations and companies worldwide—including Johnson & Johnson—hopes to find the most promising vaccines to help protect people from the virus.

      Featured stories

      Tea plantations and Muthirappuzhayar River

      Meet the Johnson & Johnson Scientist Who’s Helping to Fight Tropical Diseases in His Homeland

      Two decades after leaving India, Anil Koul has returned to helm its Institute of Microbial Technology. For Dengue Awareness Month, we caught up with him to learn how he’s hoping to combat this tropical scourge and another disease that kills over a million worldwide.

      Janssen Wins Prestigious International Prix Galien Award for MDR-TB Treatment

      Ground breaking therapy offers hope for people with Multi-Drug Resistant Tuberculosis (MDR-TB)
      Caring & giving
      Young students taking chewable mebendazole to help treat intestinal parasites

      How Johnson & Johnson is helping save children around the world from intestinal worm infections

      For the fifth anniversary of the London Declaration, we’re sharing the steps the company has taken to fulfill its promise to fight neglected tropical diseases—including the development of a chewable form of mebendazole.

      More from Johnson & Johnson

      Headshots of three Johnson and Johnson female scientists

      Meet 3 leaders who are breaking new ground for women in healthcare

      For International Women’s Day, celebrate the achievements of these amazing female scientists and researchers at Johnson & Johnson.
      Close-up of a woman with low vision receiving an eye exam exam with a doctor shining light into her left eye

      What is low vision?

      Low vision isn’t the same as blindness, but navigating daily life with it is still challenging. For Low Vision Awareness Month, learn the facts—plus, the promising treatment innovations that are in the works.
      A female scientist conducting research in a laboratory, focusing on orphan drugs for rare diseases

      What is an orphan drug?

      The need for these rare disease therapies is strong, and access to them can be lifesaving. Here’s how Johnson & Johnson is innovating to help give patients options.
      You are now leaving The site you’re being redirected to is a branded pharmaceutical website. Please click below to continue to that site.