For World AIDS Day, we look at the groundbreaking strides the company has made—and continues to make—toward a world without the disease.
Innovativeness and a commitment to social responsibility are just some of the respected attributes that helped the company land on the prestigious list for another year.
From a first-of-its-kind contact lens that darkens when exposed to bright light to the first donation of 500,000 doses of an Ebola vaccine, here are just some of the ways Johnson & Johnson helped change the trajectory of health for humanity this past year.
Music stars. World leaders. Activists. They all came together at the Global Citizen Festival to help tackle the world’s most pressing issues, including HIV. In the lead-up to the big event, we spoke to some inspiring people playing an active role in fighting the disease—and advocating for those living with it.
As the IAS Conference on HIV Science kicks off in Mexico City, we explain how an investigational HIV vaccine from the Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies of Johnson & Johnson works—and how researchers hope to help change lives around the world with it.
Announced ahead of the International AIDS Society Conference on HIV Science in Mexico City, the new study will evaluate an investigational vaccine regimen in eight countries around the world for its ability to protect people from HIV infection.