#ArtifactSpotlight: In the late 1890s, members of #JNJ’s sales force (called “travelers” at the time) used postcards like this one to set up appointments with the retail pharmacists who sold the company’s products to doctors and the public. #FunFact https://t.co/iOZgy5TChW
It’s #GivingTuesday! #DYK that #JNJ has been a leading contributor to the National Fund for Medical Education since 1953? In addition to enabling education in the pharmaceutical field, the company’s regular contributions have helped improve medical schools throughout the U.S.
#FunFact: In the early 1900s, litmus paper was as important for medical testing as it is today, but traditional packaging couldn’t prevent contamination. Unlike other companies, #JNJ packaged its litmus paper in air-tight containers, which preserved the products’ integrity. https://t.co/ydWYyDe1YT
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