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At J&J, we believe that good health changes everything. That’s why we’re applying science, ingenuity & bright minds, in the service of humanity. To combatting infectious disease, advancing maternal & child health, providing access to essential surgery, supporting health workforce training & a healthy environment. To protecting the most vulnerable. To building partnerships that help ensure healthier lives. Transforming health care into world care has been our life’s work for over 100 years.

About Johnson & Johnson & Global Citizen

Johnson & Johnson is committed to creating a world where a healthy mind, body and environment is within reach for everyone, everywhere. We’re proud to partner with Global Citizen to further this commitment and help bring good health to all humanity. In partnership, we’ll create a healthier and more equitable future. Because good health changes everything.

Stories

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

    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

  2. Article: 'I'm a Mom With HIV': Meet the Mother-Daughter Pair on a Mission to End HIV Transmission
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    'I'm a Mom With HIV': Meet the Mother-Daughter Pair on a Mission to End HIV Transmission

    Nov. 27, 2017|Johnson & Johnson

    An HIV diagnosis can knock the wind out of you. Or it can inspire you to take action. Read more

  3. Article: How One HIV-Positive Woman Paved the Way to An AIDS-Free Generation
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    How One HIV-Positive Woman Paved the Way to An AIDS-Free Generation

    Nov. 20, 2017|Johnson & Johnson

    The Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation ensures women access HIV treatment and prevention. Read more

  4. Article: This Nurse Is Bringing HIV Awareness to the US Counties With the Highest Infection Rates
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    This Nurse Is Bringing HIV Awareness to the US Counties With the Highest Infection Rates

    Nov. 16, 2017|Johnson & Johnson

    “We’re helping empower patients and sharing messages that can help save their lives." Read more

  5. Article: Why Preventing HIV Starts With Knowledge
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    Why Preventing HIV Starts With Knowledge

    Nov. 13, 2017|Johnson & Johnson

    The Black AIDS Institute and Johnson and Johnson are working to end HIV in the black community. Read more

  6. Article: How This HIV Advocate Channeled His Pain Into Purpose
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    How This HIV Advocate Channeled His Pain Into Purpose

    Nov. 6, 2017|Johnson & Johnson

    Josh created his blog to start a conversation about what it really means to be HIV-positive. Read more

  7. Article: 6 Surprising Facts About HIV/AIDS Today
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    6 Surprising Facts About HIV/AIDS Today

    Nov. 1, 2017|Johnson & Johnson

    Women and girls make up more than half of those living with HIV around the world. Read more

  8. Article: This Organization Crowdfunds to Bring Clean Water to Children in Colombia
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    This Organization Crowdfunds to Bring Clean Water to Children in Colombia

    Oct. 16, 2017|Johnson & Johnson

    Every drop in the bucket makes a difference. Read more

  9. Article: How One Organization is Bringing Better Sanitation to Homes in India
    PartnerWater & Sanitation

    How One Organization is Bringing Better Sanitation to Homes in India

    Oct. 6, 2017|Johnson & Johnson

    Even toilets can be crowdfunded. Read more

  10. Article: Johnson & Johnson Announces 'Large-Scale Efficacy Testing of the HIV Vaccine in Humans' at Global Citizen Festival
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    Johnson & Johnson Announces 'Large-Scale Efficacy Testing of the HIV Vaccine in Humans' at Global Citizen Festival

    By Joe McCarthy|Sept. 24, 2017|Johnson & Johnson

    “You have my promise that all of us at Johnson & Johnson will not rest until we defeat HIV.” Read more