World Hepatitis Day

28 July marks World Hepatitis Day. World Hepatitis Day is coordinated by the World Hepatitis Alliance, of which Janssen is a supporter, and recognised by both the World Health Organization and the United Nations. This day serves as an opportunity for organisations around the world to influence real change in viral hepatitis disease prevention, testing and treatment. Worldwide 400 million people are living with hepatitis B or C and 1.4 million people will die from viral hepatitis. Yet with better awareness and understanding, all of these..

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Janssen at EULAR 2015

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Explore and compare disease data across 28 EU countries

extraordinary efforts

a race against time

the world is our lab

transforming the study

we make hope

Quote of the Month - Magdalena Kalata, President of the European Health Parliament.