· By Sanofi Admin

Celebrating Older Americans ─ and Caring for Their Caregivers

Andrea Q. Ryan is one of the many employees who are also caregivers at Sanofi, as well as co-lead of the CareGIVE Employee Resource Group. She is a caregiver to her 89-year-old mother Taide Quinn, pictured here, and a granddaughter.

When Older Americans Month was established by President Kennedy in 1963, today’s seniors ages 65 and older were teens and young adults who both witnessed and participated in tremendous change. They were trailblazers in civil rights, women’s rights, the space race ─ even the music they listened to and how they danced. This May, the […]

 · By #ScienceForHope

Science for Hope: Arthritis

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As you may recall, our last #ScienceForHope series focused on eczema and atopic dermatitis. Now we’re taking a look at some types of arthritis.
Did you know that the word arthritis is actually used to describe more than 100 rheumatic diseases and conditions?1 It is quite likely that you or someone you know may be impacted […]

 · By Sanofi Admin

May is Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month: Celebrate with ADVANCE!


This post was authored by Lessie Williams, Coordinator, NA Litigations, Sanofi US, on behalf of the Alliance for Diversity, Inclusion and Enrichment (ADVANCE) Employee Resource Group (ERG). For more about Sanofi’s ERGs, click here.
May 4–10, 1979 was declared the first Asian-Pacific American Heritage Week by President Jimmy Carter, and was extended to a month-long celebration in 1990 by […]

 · By Edward Greissing

Diverse Collaboration: A Review of the Milken Institute’s Inaugural Summit on Public Health


This post was authored by Ed Greissing, Head, Government Affairs, at Sanofi US
Sanofi continues to take a leadership position in public health and is pleased to partner with the Milken Institute and its inaugural Public Health Summit. The Institute brings together top influencers in the healthcare sector to improve access, delivery and innovation.
Assessing our nation’s […]