From breakthrough work to eradicate some of the world's deadliest diseases to advancements in cutting-edge health technology, see just some of the ways Johnson & Johnson is working to help change the trajectory of health for humanity.
It was the strongest earthquake on record in Japan—and it devastated Tohoku. In observance of the United Nations' International Day for Disaster Reduction, we tell the stories of survivors-turned-students of the Tomodachi J&J Disaster Nursing Training Program, who are transforming personal tragedy into hope for the future.
Helping change the trajectory of health for humanity is a lofty goal—and it's one Johnson & Johnson is deeply devoted to. Just read these moving stories, from a boy who benefited from spinal surgery to a woman who survived a stroke at 37.
Preventative HIV innovations. Better access to oncology care. A mobile messaging service for moms. These are just a few of the initiatives underway—and Chairman and CEO Alex Gorsky sits down for an exclusive interview about all of them.
Alex Gorsky, Johnson & Johnson Chairman and CEO, shares why reading about a special World Cup gathering in his hometown left him with a powerful feeling of optimism about the world—and the future of health for humanity.
Work on a vaccine that could prevent HIV. Tapping into the power of geothermal energy to help reduce carbon emissions at a site in Belgium. Those are just two of the ways the company made a positive impact on the world's well-being last year.