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At Johnson & Johnson, we believe good health changes everything – it’s the foundation of vibrant lives, thriving communities and forward progress. As the world’s largest healthcare company, we are using our reach and size to combat disease, advance maternal and child health, expand access, and help build the health workforce of tomorrow. We don’t do it alone – we forge partnerships to tackle the most pressing challenges and shape the health of future generations, together.

About Johnson & Johnson & Global Citizen

Johnson & Johnson is committed to creating a world where a healthy mind, body and environment is within reach for all humanity and we’re proud to partner with Global Citizen to further this commitment together. As partners, we will shape the health of future generations and pave the way to a healthier future for everyone, everywhere. Because good health changes everything.

Stories

  1. Video: How the Black AIDS Institute and Johnson & Johnson Are Making HIV History
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    How the Black AIDS Institute and Johnson & Johnson Are Making HIV History

    By Daniele Selby|Oct. 25, 2018|Johnson & Johnson

    Black people in the US are disproportionately affected by HIV/AIDS. Read more

  2. Video: Why We Still Don’t Have Effective Tools to Fight the Flu
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    Why We Still Don’t Have Effective Tools to Fight the Flu

    By Daniele Selby|Oct. 15, 2018|Johnson & Johnson

    The flu is not always seen as a high-risk infection, but it can be serious and fatal. Read more

  3. Article: Global Citizen Launches Campaign to Achieve Health for All
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    Global Citizen Launches Campaign to Achieve Health for All

    By Neha Shah|Oct. 4, 2018|Johnson & Johnson

    “Health cannot be a question of income; it is a fundamental human right.” - Nelson Mandela Read more

  4. Article: A Day of Activism Reveals What It Takes to Change the World
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    A Day of Activism Reveals What It Takes to Change the World

    By Madeleine Keck|Sept. 27, 2018|Johnson & Johnson

    Activists convened for our Movement Makers Summit — and it was inspirational to say the least. Read more

  5. Video: Why Ending HIV Starts With Empowering Women and Girls
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    Why Ending HIV Starts With Empowering Women and Girls

    By Daniele Selby|Sept. 7, 2018|Johnson & Johnson

    Women and girls make up about 75% of new HIV infections in sub-Saharan Africa. Read more

  6. Video: Why the World Needs More Female Leaders in Health Care
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    Why the World Needs More Female Leaders in Health Care

    Aug. 1, 2018|Johnson & Johnson

    Johnson & Johnson is empowering women to lead in the health industry and deliver quality care. Read more

  7. Article: This $1 Necklace Is Helping Thousands of Indian Kids Lead Healthier Lives
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    This $1 Necklace Is Helping Thousands of Indian Kids Lead Healthier Lives

    July 23, 2018|Johnson & Johnson

    The Khushi Baby necklace has already tracked 30,000 patients since being introduced. Read more

  8. Video: How This Determined Nurse Helped Develop a Test to Save Babies’ Lives
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    How This Determined Nurse Helped Develop a Test to Save Babies’ Lives

    June 29, 2018|Johnson & Johnson

    If found and treated early, babies with congenital heart disease can lead happy, healthy lives. Read more

  9. Video: What Is Universal Health Coverage and How Can We Achieve It?
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    What Is Universal Health Coverage and How Can We Achieve It?

    By Daniele Selby  and  Erica Sanchez|April 7, 2018|Johnson & Johnson

    If the world wants to see UHC by 2030, more skilled health care workers are crucial. Read more

  10. Article: 5 Reasons Why We Need to Keep Funding the Fight Against HIV/AIDS
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    5 Reasons Why We Need to Keep Funding the Fight Against HIV/AIDS

    By David Brand|Dec. 1, 2017|Johnson & Johnson

    Tens of millions of people are living with HIV and 30% of them don’t even know it. Read more