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Getting in front of cancer

Every year, roughly 2 million people in the U.S. are newly diagnosed with cancer. But a number of scientific breakthroughs—including ones made at Johnson & Johnson—have dramatically changed what kind of prognosis many of these patients will have.

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What to know about We All Belong: 2023 DEI Impact Review

The annual report details how Johnson & Johnson is harnessing the power of diversity, equity and inclusion to provide better care around the world.

4 things to know about Johnson & Johnson’s 2023 Health for Humanity Report

The annual report details the company’s ongoing work in helping to create a healthier world, building a more diverse and inclusive workforce, championing global health equity and more.

“Lung cancer wasn’t even on my radar. Then I was diagnosed.”

The disease is often detected late—which can have fatal consequences. But thanks to innovations in diagnostic tools, there’s a way to catch lung cancer earlier. Here’s how early detection saved one woman’s life.

“I’m a scientist dedicated to bringing eye-health innovations to the world”

Meet Xiao-Yu Song, Global Head of Research & Development for Vision at Johnson & Johnson, who leads a talented team that creates cutting-edge products addressing vision problems through all stages of life.

Meet a nurse who leads clinical trials to find innovative cancer therapies

Melissa Martinez is a clinical scientist within Johnson & Johnson’s Interventional Oncology R&D group. Not only is she helping to develop lifesaving treatments, she’s redefining what it means to pursue a career in nursing.

How robots are helping personalize knee replacement surgery

For Arthritis Awareness Month, learn the latest about this common procedure and how Johnson & Johnson MedTech is innovating to improve patient outcomes.

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Johnson & Johnson seeks U.S. FDA approval of SPRAVATO® (esketamine) as the first and only monotherapy for adults with treatment-resistant depression

Phase 4 SPRAVATO® monotherapy data shows rapid improvement in depressive symptoms at ~24 hours, sustained through at least 4 weeks Monotherapy submission builds on more than a decade of research, 31 clinical trials and more than five years of real-world use that reinforce the safety and efficacy of SPRAVATO®

Johnson & Johnson reports Q2 2024 results

• 2024 Second-Quarter reported sales growth of 4.3% to $22.4 Billion with operational growth of 6.6%* and adjusted operational growth of 6.5%*. Adjusted operational growth excluding COVID-19 Vaccine of 7.1%* • 2024 Second-Quarter Earnings per share (EPS) of $1.93 decreasing by 5.9% due to one-time special charges and adjusted EPS of $2.82 increasing by 10.2%* • Significant new product pipeline progress including TREMFYA IBD and subcutaneous filings, RYBREVANT subcutaneous filing, and VARIPULSE admIRE data release • Company increases Full-Year 2024 operational sales5 guidance to reflect the acquisition of Shockwave Medical • Company updates Full-Year 2024 adjusted operational EPS guidance to reflect improved performance; costs associated with recent strategic acquisitions more than offset the improvement

Johnson & Johnson strengthens pipeline to lead in atopic dermatitis with acquisition of Yellow Jersey Therapeutics

NM26 is a Phase 2-ready, first-in-class bispecific antibody targeting two clinically proven pathways in atopic dermatitis (AD) The Company is leveraging a multi-pathway approach to transform treatment in atopic dermatitis and other immune-mediated diseases

Johnson & Johnson Receives Approval from U.S. FDA and European Commission for SIRTURO® (bedaquiline)

Approvals supported by Phase 3 STREAM Stage 2 study results confirming favorable treatment outcomes compared to injectable-containing regimens Approvals of SIRTURO® follow accelerated approval by U.S. FDA in December 2012 and conditional approval by the EMA in March 2014

CARVYKTI® (ciltacabtagene autoleucel) achieved statistically significant and clinically meaningful improvement

CARVYKTI ® is the first and only BCMA-targeted CAR-T cell therapy approved by the U.S. FDA for the treatment of patients with multiple myeloma who have had at least one prior line of therapy

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By the numbers: Understanding dry eye disease

For National Dry Eye Awareness Month, learn about the causes of this common condition and how Johnson & Johnson is helping to find treatment options.

Giving the gift of sight

In Kenya, around 1.5 million people—including children—contend with visual impairment or blindness. Sight For Kids, Johnson & Johnson’s global eye-care partnership, is devoted to changing these stats, one vision screening at a time.

Inside the development of a revolutionary treatment for blood cancers

In 2014, a Johnson & Johnson therapy gained approval for the treatment of a type of B-cell malignancy—increasing survival rates and changing the way scientists approach cancer treatment. These 8 milestone moments tell the transformational story.
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