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      Our work to make HIV history

      The HIV epidemic continues to be a significant global health challenge with more than 38 million people living with HIV. Around the world, advocates, researchers and other inspiring individuals are working on the frontlines to better the lives of people living with and impacted by HIV.
      HIV heroes
      HIV Heroes - Episode 2 - Subtitles - 27 July 2022.mp4

      Collaborating to improve lives

      We advance the science and have helped to introduce nine medicines for HIV to empower people to live with HIV as a chronic condition rather than the terminal illness it once was.

      Transforming treatment

      To show how far we’ve come, Johnson & Johnson’s Brian Woodfall, M.D. returns to the clinic in Canada where he treated people living with HIV in the 1990’s and discusses how we’ve evolved treatment since then.

      Introducing our HIV heroes

      To mark the AIDS 2022 conference in Montreal, Johnson & Johnson is honored to join with Equal Pride to recognize 10 “HIV Heroes” for their leadership in the quest to #MakeHIVHistory.

      Positively fearless

      In the HIV community, taking care of ourselves and each other has never been more important. When we share our stories, we are stronger. We are courageous. We are fearless. Find a wealth of information, including self-care tips, ambassador video stories sharing personal insight and inspiration and more.
      Innovation
      Doctor in personal protection equipment holding a blood sample in a vial

      How Johnson & Johnson has pioneered in the battle against HIV/AIDS

      For World AIDS Day, we look at the groundbreaking strides the company has made—and continues to make—toward a world without the disease.
      Innovation
      Lifesaving drone being observed by many onlookers in a field

      How drones are being used to deliver lifesaving HIV drugs to remote areas of the world

      Normally, in this part of Uganda, medication is delivered by boat—a slow, difficult process. But now a new Johnson & Johnson-supported program is using drones that can serve 20 landing sites across five islands, reaching more than 3,700 people in a single day.
      Personal stories
      Group of kids in matching uniforms smiling and laughing

      “1.5 million children are living with HIV in sub-Saharan Africa. I’m one of the doctors treating these young patients every day”

      A relaunched Johnson & Johnson partnership will help ensure that many young patients get lifesaving access to HIV medicines. Meet a doctor in Kenya who explains why the program is so crucial.
      • Our vision is a world without HIV. That’s why we are committed to advancing the innovation needed to help stop the global HIV epidemic in its tracks.
        Penny Heaton
        M.D., Global Therapeutic Area Head, Vaccines, Janssen Research & Development
      • Our commitment is unwavering, and we remain dedicated to ushering in new advancements in prevention and therapy for the HIV community. Together, we’re helping to build a world without HIV and we won’t stop until we make HIV history.
        Brian Woodfall, M.D.
        Vice President, Global Head of Development, Janssen Infectious Diseases & Vaccines
      • For decades, the Johnson & Johnson Foundation has partnered with local organizations to equip health workers with specialized training, education and novel technologies to support people living with HIV and help prevent future infections.
        Kris Sterkens
        Company Group Chairman, EMEA, Janssen and Chair of the Johnson & Johnson Foundation
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      Addressing the needs of the world’s most vulnerable populations

      Our Global Public Health team is working with partners like PEPFAR, EGPAF, Global Fund and others in those countries hardest hit by HIV.
      Personal stories
      Group of kids in matching uniforms smiling and laughing

      “1.5 million children are living with HIV in sub-Saharan Africa. I’m one of the doctors treating these young patients every day”

      A relaunched Johnson & Johnson partnership will help ensure that many young patients get lifesaving access to HIV medicines. Meet a doctor in Kenya who explains why the program is so crucial.

      Nurses on the front lines

      Personal stories
      Images of Cliff Morrison at Ward 5B at San Francisco General Hospital, and a plaque memorializing Ward 5B

      “They needed to feel loved": How one nurse revolutionized patient care during the AIDS crisis

      In the early 1980s, Cliff Morrison did what no other San Francisco General Hospital staff member had the guts to do: come up with a humane way to treat and care for AIDS patients. As the International AIDS Conference kicks off, we learn more about the life-changing initiative to practice compassionate nursing—and how the legacy of Ward 5B lives on.

      How we’re working to make HIV history

      1985

      Dr. Paul Janssen begins screening anti-HIV compounds

      The late Dr. Paul Janssen and the Janssen Research Foundation begin a new partnership with the Rega Institute to screen anti-HIV compounds.
      1990

      Clinical development begins

      The Janssen Research Foundation moves its first compound for the treatment of HIV into clinical development.
      2002

      Johnson & Johnson acquires Tibotec-Virco NV, Belgian pharmaceutical R&D company

      The company becomes part of the Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies of Johnson & Johnson, and begins late-stage trials on a breakthrough medicine.
      2006

      Janssen’s first HIV medicine receives U.S. FDA accelerated approval

      Janssen’s next-generation protease inhibitor is granted accelerated approval by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) prior to finishing Phase III trials.
      2008

      Janssen’s second HIV medicine granted accelerated approval by U.S. FDA

      Janssen’s next-generation non-nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitor (NNRTI) is approved for use in combination with other antiretroviral medicines for patients with established resistance to other drugs.
      2011

      Johnson & Johnson introduces third HIV medication

      Janssen’s third HIV medication, a next-generation NNRTI, is approved by the U.S. FDA. The company partners with Gilead and then ViiV Healthcare to create a single-tablet, multi-drug HIV regimen based on this NNRTI.
      2012

      Janssen partners with Tibotec

      The Janssen Research Foundation signs a five-year agreement with Tibotec and founder Dr. Rudi Pauwels to continue the quest for better HIV inhibitors. A year later, Dr. Paul Stoffels co-founds Virco with Dr. Pauwels.
      2013

      First-of-its-kind drug donation program for pediatric HIV launched

      Janssen announces it will donate two of its HIV medicines, including child-friendly formulations, free of charge to eligible countries in sub-Saharan Africa.
      2014

      Johnson & Johnson launches New Horizons Collaborative

      Johnson & Johnson and its partners launch the New Horizons Collaborative in sub-Saharan Africa to improve access and scale-up of pediatric HIV treatment. The program is later expanded to 11 total countries.
      2014

      Janssen announces collaboration with Gilead to develop single-tablet regimen

      Janssen and Gilead collaborate in the clinical development of a once daily, single-tablet regimen containing Janssen’s protease inhibitor for the treatment of people living with HIV.
      2017

      Imbokodo Trial launches in Southern Africa

      The Phase 2b efficacy trial of Janssen’s investigational preventive HIV vaccine regimen begins in Africa. The study did not continue after the results of the primary analysis were announced in August 2021.
      2017

      First single-tablet, complete two-drug regimen approved by U.S. FDA

      A new treatment comprised of medicines developed by ViiV Healthcare and Janssen is approved as a once-daily regimen, offering a new and simplified option for people living with HIV.
      2018

      Johnson & Johnson launches youth-led DREAMS Thina Abantu Abasha Program

      Johnson & Johnson, joined by the United Nations Population Fund, launch the initiative to promote empowerment and HIV prevention education among adolescent girls and young women in sub-Saharan Africa.
      2018

      Global partners pledge over $1.2 billion to launch the MenStar Coalition

      Johnson & Johnson joins Sir Elton John; Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex; and other global partners to support the launch of the MenStar Coalition to expand diagnosis and treatment of HIV in men.
      2018

      U.S. FDA approves first single tablet regimen containing a Protease inhibitor for the treatment of HIV

      Johnson & Johnson’s once-daily single-tablet regimen is approved by the U.S. FDA, offering a new treatment option for adults living with HIV.
      2019

      Johnson & Johnson commits $500 million to help end HIV and Tuberculosis

      Johnson & Johnson announces four-year commitment, focused on developing new innovations and accelerating the delivery of existing and new tools to combat both epidemics.
      2019

      Mosaico vaccine trial enrolls first participant

      The Phase 3 trial launches to test the efficacy of Janssen’s investigational preventive HIV vaccine regimen among transgender individuals and cisgender men who have sex with men in the Americas and Europe.
      2020

      WHO recommends IPM’s vaginal ring for the prevention of HIV

      The world’s first long-acting, discreet HIV prevention option for women, developed by the International Partnership for Microbicides under an exclusive license from Janssen, is recommended for use by the WHO.
      2020

      European Commission authorizes the first long-acting injectable regimen

      The European Commission authorizes the world’s first long-acting injectable treatment regimen for HIV, which was co-developed by Johnson & Johnson and ViiV Healthcare.
      2021

      Janssen announces positive long-term data for every two months long-acting injectable regimen

      Positive 96-week data presented by Janssen on the long-acting, injectable treatment regimen demonstrates the efficacy the regimen over a six-times-per-year dosing schedule.
      2022

      U.S. FDA expands label of long-acting HIV treatment

      U.S. FDA approves every-two-months dosing schedule for long-acting injectable HIV treatment regimen co-developed by Johnson & Johnson & ViiV Healthcare
      2022

      U.S. FDA approves streamlined treatment initiation process

      U.S. FDA gives adults with HIV the option to begin taking Johnson & Johnson and ViiV Healthcare’s long-acting injectable HIV treatment regimen without oral lead-in period
      2022

      IPM’s Dapivirine Ring approved by SAHPRA

      South African Health Products and Regulatory Authority (SAHPRA) approves once-monthly dapivirine vaginal ring, developed by International Partnership for Microbicides under license from Janssen.
      2022

      Long-acting treatment regimen approved for adolescents

      U.S. FDA approves first long-acting injectable HIV treatment regimen, co-developed by Johnson & Johnson and ViiV Healthcare, for eligible adolescents.

      Our latest HIV news

      Janssen and Global Partners to Discontinue Phase 3 Mosaico HIV Vaccine Clinical Trial

      Independent, scheduled review of Phase 3 Mosaico study finds investigational vaccine regimen lacks efficacy in preventing HIV No vaccine-related safety issues identified

      Janssen Submits Supplemental Biologics License Application to U.S. FDA Seeking Approval of CARVYKTI® for the Earlier Treatment of Patients with Relapsed or Refractory Multiple Myeloma

      CABENUVA offers virologically suppressed adolescents 12 years of age or older living with HIV-1 an injectable treatment option with as few as six dosing days per year

      U.S. FDA Approves CABENUVA (rilpivirine and cabotegravir) for Use Every Two Months, Expanding the Label of the First and Only Long-Acting HIV Treatment

      CABENUVA offers virologically suppressed adults living with HIV an injectable treatment option administered as few as six times a year.
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