Sanofi

Health Partners International of Canada (HPIC)

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(3BL Media) March 12, 2012 - Access to healthcare is one of the major challenges facing our world. Sanofi Canada is dedicated to helping facilitate access to quality medicines that benefit patients including the world’s most vulnerable populations, often in areas with pressing social needs.

Sanofi US Launches 2012 Data Design Diabetes Innovation Challenge

Challenge Now Accepting Submissions From Health Innovators and Entrepreneurs
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(3BL Media / theCSRfeed) Bridgewater, NJ - March 2, 2012 - Sanofi US announced that it is accepting entries for the Data Design Diabetes™ Innovation Challenge. The Innovation Challenge is aligned with the United States government's initiative to use an open dialogue to drive action toward a three-part aim: innovation in the quality, delivery and cost of diabetes care.

Sanofi Pasteur to Contribute to Pocono Health System

New Dale and Frances Hughes Cancer Center to Receive $500,000 Donation
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(3BL Media / theCSRfeed) East Stroudsburg, PA – March 2, 2012 – Today, Sanofi Pasteur demonstrated its commitment to Pocono Health System and the Pocono Mountains community as the company announced its donation to benefit the new Dale and Frances Hughes Cancer Center. The $500,000 contribution, presented by Frank Epifano, vice president, North America and Global Finance Commercial Operations, Sanofi Pasteur; and Phil Hosbach, vice president, Immunization Policy, Sanofi Pasteur; will be used toward the construction of the Center.

Sanofi and the Institut Pasteur Create Four Prestigious Awards to Support Innovative Biomedical Research

Sanofi and the Institut Pasteur announce the creation of the Sanofi-Institut Pasteur Awards to encourage scientific excellence in the service of health.
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(3BL Media / theCSRfeed) March 1, 2012 - Four hundred and eighty thousand euro (480,000 €) will support four innovative research projects demonstrating real progress in the life sciences and providing answers to major healthcare problems, more specifically in four fields: neglected tropical diseases, vaccine innovation, drug resistance, and therapeutic approaches to ageing and regenerative medicine.
 

92 Ways to Brighten Patients’ Lives: Employees Shine During Sanofi Volunteer Week

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When it comes to Sanofi’s first North America organization-wide volunteer initiative, employees have been all over the map this October – and making a difference in the best sense. For example, in Tucson, Sanofi R&D employees made “blood soup,” a tool used by the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society to educate patients about the composition of blood and leukemic cells. In Gainesville, Ga., a Merial team walked large dogs at the Hall County Humane Society and spread mulch in three dog runs. North of the border, a Genzyme Toronto, Canada, team assembled “fun” kits for children with hemophilia or other inherited bleeding disorders, and back in Cambridge, Mass., Genzyme, Global Oncology, Sanofi Pasteur and Sanofi R&D employees painted murals to brighten hospital walls.

 
All North American Sanofi employees were invited to participate, including those from Pharmaceuticals, R&D, Industrial Operations, Global Oncology, Genzyme, Merial and Sanofi Pasteur. The project focuses on connecting with patients, or in the case of our Merial colleagues, animals, through volunteering.
 
At latest count, close to 1,800 employees have participated in 92 different projects, including gardening, cleaning animal cages, and volunteering directly with patients, serving lunch, playing games, and making crafts. For field employees, or those who couldn’t participate at an organized company-sponsored project, there were opportunities to complete a virtual project or take up to a day off in October for patient-centric volunteering activities on their own or in teams. While most of the volunteering is over, some employees are still finishing their projects.
 
With her colleagues, Mary Jahada, a training coordinator/document coordinator at Sanofi Pasteur’s Swiftwater site, assembled a table and then decorated and laminated its top for Sanofi Volunteer Week. “Thank you for the opportunity to do something to help others,” she said. “So many times people want to do something to help others, but they don’t know what or how.  It was a great project!”
 
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When it comes to Sanofi’s first North America organization-wide volunteer initiative, employees have been all over the map this October – and making a difference in the best sense. For example, in Tucson, Sanofi R&D employees made “blood soup,” a tool used by the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society to educate patients about the composition of blood and leukemic cells. In Gainesville, Ga., a Merial team walked large dogs at the Hall County Humane Society and spread mulch in three dog runs. North of the border, a Genzyme Toronto, Canada, team assembled “fun” kits for children with hemophilia or other inherited bleeding disorders, and back in Cambridge, Mass., Genzyme, Global Oncology, Sanofi Pasteur and Sanofi R&D employees painted murals to brighten hospital walls.

 
All North American Sanofi employees were invited to participate, including those from Pharmaceuticals, R&D, Industrial Operations, Global Oncology, Genzyme, Merial and Sanofi Pasteur. The project focuses on connecting with patients, or in the case of our Merial colleagues, animals, through volunteering.
 
At latest count, close to 1,800 employees have participated in 92 different projects, including gardening, cleaning animal cages, and volunteering directly with patients, serving lunch, playing games, and making crafts. For field employees, or those who couldn’t participate at an organized company-sponsored project, there were opportunities to complete a virtual project or take up to a day off in October for patient-centric volunteering activities on their own or in teams. While most of the volunteering is over, some employees are still finishing their projects.
 
With her colleagues, Mary Jahada, a training coordinator/document coordinator at Sanofi Pasteur’s Swiftwater site, assembled a table and then decorated and laminated its top for Sanofi Volunteer Week. “Thank you for the opportunity to do something to help others,” she said. “So many times people want to do something to help others, but they don’t know what or how.  It was a great project!”
 
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The Sanofi US Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Website and 2010-2011 North American CSR Brochure are Now Available

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(3BL Media / theCSRfeed) October 5, 2011 - The Sanofi US Corporate Social Responsibility Internet website has been revised and is now available on the www.sanofi.us domain under the menu “Our Responsibility.” It is divided into six sections, including the company’s four key areas of CSR – Patient, People, Ethics, and Planet – and provides CSR best practice highlights.

Sanofi Achieves Dow Jones Sustainability Index Listing for the Fifth Consecutive Year; One of Only Eight Pharmaceutical Companies

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(3BL Media / theCSRfeed) September 22, 2011 - For the fifth year in a row, Sanofi has become a member of the prestigious Dow Jones Sustainability World Index. The index assesses the world’s 2,500 largest companies from 57 different industry sectors, and companies are asked to report on their corporate social responsibility and sustainability performance. This year, Sanofi was one of only eight pharmaceutical companies selected from 56 applicants.

Sanofi Donates to 9/11 Twin Tower Orphan Fund

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(3BL Media / theCSRfeed) September 9, 2011 - In recognition and remembrance of the anniversary of September 11, Sanofi US is making a donation to the Twin Towers Orphan Fund (www.ttof.org), which provides long term higher education assistance and helps meet mental and physical healthcare needs of the children of September 11 victims.
 

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