The Power of Self-Advocacy in Multiple Myeloma

Ten Years of Making an Impact in the Hemophilia B Community

This Bleeding Disorders Awareness month, we’re celebrating the 10-year anniversary of the FDA approval of our extended half-life treatment for hemophilia B by highlighting patient stories.

Recognizing This Year’s Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association Luminaries and Rising Stars

In celebration of Women's History Month, Sanofi is proud to recognize the achievements of Jamie Haney, Debora Pellicano, and Chenda Cupak who are making a significant impact on our company and will be honored by the Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association.

Health Equity Starts with Listening

We know that for people to live their healthiest lives possible, there must be an ecosystem that provides a continuum of care. Listening to and working with our communities enables us to address the social determinants of health and find real solutions.

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June 11, 2024
Kevzara approved by FDA for the treatment of active polyarticular juvenile idiopathic arthritis
June 3, 2024
ASCO: Sarclisa is first anti-CD38 to significantly improve progression-free survival in combination with VRd for newly diagnosed transplant-ineligible multiple myeloma in phase 3
May 31, 2024
Update on FDA priority review of Dupixent for the treatment of COPD patients with type 2 inflammation

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First quarter 2024 results

April 25, 2024

First quarter 2024 results were reviewed by management during a conference call with the financial community on April 25th. The presentation was followed by a Q&A session.

Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Impact Report

This report outlines the progress we’ve recently made. It is intended to review our DE&I strategy, outline our progress, and share our passion for our people, patients and purpose.

A Million Conversations

People need healthcare systems – at all levels – to better reflect society. So we must listen to marginalized communities more and use those insights to help the healthcare industry, policymakers and governments to fix the causes of these trust gaps.

Pursue Progress. Discover Extraordinary. 

Better is out there. Better medications, better outcomes, better science. It's all down to people like you, from different backgrounds, in different locations, doing different roles. Take the most important step in your career: help us change the lives of people, families and communities for the better.