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Teaming up with Eisai to help fight cancer

How we're leveraging each other’s unique strengths to help advance cancer research

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Dr. Fauci on the HIV/AIDS epidemic: Ending it by 2030 is "doable"

Dr. Anthony Fauci sits down with Merck’s Dr. Julie Gerberding to reflect on early HIV innovations and challenges that still remain in ending the epidemic

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Understanding the link between social media and health

The Alliance for Advancing Health Online will look at social media’s role in health, starting with COVID-19 vaccine confidence

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Meet the team leading our COVID-19 vaccine partnership with Johnson & Johnson

How our science and manufacturing expertise and dedication to patients enable us to step up when it’s needed most

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Helping homeless people find medical care for their pets

Our company is working with The Street Dog Coalition to bring care to people experiencing homelessness and their pets

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Our commitment to the Black community

From clinical trials to jobs creation, here’s how we’re advancing health equity, employment and more within the Black community

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Owning HIV: Young adults & the fight ahead

A campaign created with Prevention Access Campaign and HIV advocates to inspire all of us to own the future of the HIV epidemic

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No matter rain, nor snow…

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When work hits close to home

For Chris Hinson, one of our colleagues, Merck’s commitment to making our medicines available to patients is very personal

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When patients are in need, we answer the call

Merck’s Board of Directors approves expansion of our plant in Durham, North Carolina, to help patients

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How one woman’s diverse team is driving innovation in science and medicine

Rebecca Ruck is breaking down silos and leveraging diversity to invent smarter and greener ways to produce medicine

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Over 30 Years: The Mectizan® Donation Program

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Merck's response to Ebola outbreaks

Along with international agencies and governments, Merck has played — and continues to play — a leadership role in responding to Ebola.

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Building on our partnership with (RED)

We are providing an additional $1.2 million grant to support (RED) in its efforts to end AIDS

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The Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) is declared over

The 11th Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) is declared over nearly six months after the first cases were reported in Equateur Province

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How one leader mentors another to help end poverty

Jennifer McCafferty coaches a leader to help him strengthen his team, plan for the future and decrease the poverty rate in Philadelphia

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Building a better Burkina Faso

How two colleagues pulled together resources to provide critical health care, education and running water for a whole village in one of the poorest countries in the world

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Experts meet to discuss health care innovations during COVID

Merck’s chief patient officer, Julie Gerberding, joins the Fortune Global Forum to discuss breakthrough innovations in health care

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Teddy bears step up to raise awareness for children's cancer

With no live attendees this year, teddy bears attend soccer match in the Netherlands to raise awareness for children's cancer

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Tackling health disparities through impact investing

Ken Gustavsen, strategy officer, Social Business Innovation, and impact investing portfolio manager, offers three lessons on helping advance global health goals

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Our new London Discovery Research Center site

The $1.32 billion, 220,000-square-foot research facility will be located in London’s “Knowledge Quarter”

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Addressing antibiotic resistance is more critical than ever. Here’s why.

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From isolation to empowerment: Stories from the HIV community

We sat down with two advocates for the HIV community to learn about their journeys through diagnosis and depression

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No patient left behind in our clinical trials

We’re here for patients when they need us most

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If you build it (in 3D), they will come

Innovating with the power of 3D printing

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“Though the challenge of this pandemic is immense, we know that science and collaboration will triumph, just as they have before.”

by Ken Frazier, Chairman

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Finding a better way to track and trace medicines and vaccines

The FDA pilot program results are in: Blockchain technology could help protect pharmaceutical product integrity

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Inside Davos 2020: the World Economic Forum

Global health challenges are getting more complex. Our company is working with leaders everywhere to solve them.

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It takes a village

Collaborating to make a difference in the lives of people with bladder cancer

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The Power of Partnership

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Bridging the gap: reducing disparities in diabetes care

This initiative brings together the health care sector and other sectors to support innovative approaches to diabetes treatment and management.

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How 'hacking' may help solve some of health care's biggest challenges

If you think you know the definition of "hacking," think again.

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How our Boston innovation hub helps us build external collaborations

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Tackling the U.S. maternal mortality crisis

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The JAMA Network and Merck Announce Strategic Collaboration

Selected JAMA Network Videos, Articles, and Abstracts are Now Available on Merck’s Medical Education and Information Web Sites CHICAGO, Dec. 3, 2012 - Merck (NYSE: MRK), known as MSD outside the United States and Canada, and The JAMA Network today announced a new collaboration to enhance the medical information available on Merck Medicus and Univadis, Merck's medical information and education Web sites, and to expand The JAMA Network's global reach.  Merck Medicus is the medical education and health information Web site from Merck for health care professionals in the United States.  Univadis is the medical education and health information Web site from MSD for health care professionals in 36 counties outside the United States.  The JAMA Network features JAMA and nine specialty journals published by the American Medical Association (AMA). Through this collaboration, selected abstracts, articles and author videos fromJAMAand the nine specialty journals available on The