Championing global health equity, advancing environmental health and empowering its employees to be their best are just some of the ways Johnson & Johnson is working to help improve the well-being of people around the world. The company's 2021 Health for Humanity Report reveals just how far it's come toward these ambitious goals.
Healthcare providers who contracted TB on the job. A microbiologist researching new treatments. An activist ensuring attention is paid to one of the world’s greatest health threats. These young leaders share one goal: to help end TB.
Johnson & Johnson's 2020 Health for Humanity Report details the progress it's made in the past five years in driving sustainable social, environmental and economic change around the globe. Now the company's looking ahead to the next five.
Despite being preventable and curable, tuberculosis is one of the world’s deadliest infectious diseases—and COVID-19 is making it even harder to diagnose and treat it. Enter these healthcare visionaries, who've made it their mission to move the world closer to the goal of ending tuberculosis.
The company is proud to have placed in the top 20 on the prestigious list for its commitment to innovation, dedication to social responsibility and the quality of its products, among other noteworthy attributes—all in the face of a global pandemic.
The Access to Medicine Index, a ranking of pharmaceutical companies' work to distribute medications to low- and middle-income countries, just named Johnson & Johnson #3 on its biennial list, underscoring the company's deep history of ensuring people in underserved communities receive the treatments they need.
A potential COVID-19 vaccine. Passionate efforts toward achieving racial and social justice. Smarter, more sustainable product packaging. These are just a few of the resolutions company change makers are aiming to bring to light this year—and they're already hard at work on them.
It's one of the world's deadliest infectious diseases, killing more people each year than HIV/AIDS and malaria combined. We're taking a look back at the strides the company has made in fighting this preventable illness to help bring us closer to a tuberculosis-free world.
From epidemic masks that the company introduced during the Spanish flu pandemic to work it's doing today on an investigational COVID-19 vaccine, learn how the company has been at the forefront of safeguarding global public health for well over a century.
When Syed Raza Ahmed took a role playing a 20-something living with TB, he knew he had a responsibility to educate others and help reduce stigma. As his MTV show debuts, he sat down with us to reveal what he's learned about the world's deadliest infectious disease.
From robotics solutions for orthopedic surgery to the potential to bring new hope to patients living with multiple myeloma through CAR-T, these are just some of the cutting-edge projects that these visionaries think could potentially help propel healthcare forward around the globe.
It was a shocking diagnosis for the Dallas infant, who was just 2 months old when he contracted the disease. For Child Health Day his mom shares the incredible journey he's been on as a patient—and pint-sized advocate.