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​Six Pharmaceutical Firms Taking a Lead in Sustainability

by Kate O’Rourke
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There will always be challenges for the pharmaceutical industry where sustainability is concerned, but it needn’t be a bitter pill to swallow.

From complex medication requiring specific packaging to tight production schedules, the industry faces stubborn obstacles in ensuring that it improves the wellbeing and health of humans while not harming the planet.

Sanofi US Named Top Company by the National Association for Female Executives

Based in Bridgewater, New Jersey, Sanofi US has earned a spot on the NAFE Top Companies for Executive Women, Working Mother 100 Best Companies and Best Companies for Dads lists as well as the Diversity Best Practices Inclusion Index.
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2020 NAFE Top Companies For Executive Women

The pharmaceutical company’s commitment to gender parity is underlined by its ambition of reaching 50/50 in senior leadership by 2025 and evident in its strong female representation in its seniormost ranks in North America. In 2019, all North America business units and the regional R&D hub were led by women.

Perseverance in Rare Diseases at Sanofi

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There are 7,000 known rare diseases in the world that collectively affect 350 million patients. For these patients and their families, the journey can be long and challenging. 

Sanofi has pledged to help improve the care, the health and the lives of people affected by a rare disease for nearly 40 years. Even when a therapy has been proven to work, Sanofi continues to find ways to do more to advance patient care and improve quality of life. Its approach is simple and rooted in perseverance–one family at a time.

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There are 7,000 known rare diseases in the world that collectively affect 350 million patients. For these patients and their families, the journey can be long and challenging. 

Sanofi has pledged to help improve the care, the health and the lives of people affected by a rare disease for nearly 40 years. Even when a therapy has been proven to work, Sanofi continues to find ways to do more to advance patient care and improve quality of life. Its approach is simple and rooted in perseverance–one family at a time.

Meet Dale, Breast Cancer Patient & Advocate

A When Cancer Grows Old Initiative Story
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The world’s population is aging more quickly than ever before. By 2050, the number of people over 60 is expected to double. People with cancer are also growing older. Approximately 37% of new cancer cases around the world are diagnosed in people older than 70, and 

27 Years of Humanitarian Programs in Vietnam

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Rare diseases do not discriminate; they affect people from all walks of life and in all economic circumstances. Sanofi’s responsibility to the patient community extends beyond the research and development of effective therapies to include providing support to patients, who often have nowhere else to go–no matter who they are or where they live. 

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Rare diseases do not discriminate; they affect people from all walks of life and in all economic circumstances. Sanofi’s responsibility to the patient community extends beyond the research and development of effective therapies to include providing support to patients, who often have nowhere else to go–no matter who they are or where they live. 

Transforming Humanitarian Aid in Hemophilia

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Rare diseases do not discriminate; they affect people from all walks of life and in all economic circumstances. Sanofi’s responsibility to the patient community extends beyond the research and development of effective therapies to include providing support to patients, who often have nowhere else to go–no matter who they are or where they live. 

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Rare diseases do not discriminate; they affect people from all walks of life and in all economic circumstances. Sanofi’s responsibility to the patient community extends beyond the research and development of effective therapies to include providing support to patients, who often have nowhere else to go–no matter who they are or where they live. 

Real-Life Experience Makes This Mom a Vaccine Champion

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Meet Pam Reincke, a marketing and sales incentive compensation manager at Sanofi Pasteur who suffered from mumps at the age of eight. Pam shares the story of her illness and its long-term effects on her health and well-being. The mother of two and soon-to-be grandmother also offers solid advice on vaccinations today.

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Meet Pam Reincke, a marketing and sales incentive compensation manager at Sanofi Pasteur who suffered from mumps at the age of eight. Pam shares the story of her illness and its long-term effects on her health and well-being. The mother of two and soon-to-be grandmother also offers solid advice on vaccinations today.

Listen: Sanofi's Elaine O’Hara Joins the Women In Government Podcast to Discuss Vaccines

Women In Government Foundation, Inc., is a national, non-partisan organization of women state legislators.
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Our work doesn’t end once a vaccine is made. Hear from Sanofi Pasteur’s Elaine O’Hara as she joins Women In Government to discuss how we’re addressing vaccine hesitancy: Don't Hesitate, Vaccinate

CEO Paul Hudson Speaks Out For World Diabetes Day

At Sanofi, we have been working for close to a century to develop therapeutic solutions for patients with diabetes and will continue to do so for many decades to come.
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World Diabetes Day is tomorrow!

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