In 2008, four Genzyme employees formed a running team with the goal of completing the Boston Marathon on behalf of a few patients. While they were always interested in combining their love of running with making a difference, this small running team had no idea what they were getting into.
Like many people living with a rare disease, Jared’s journey to find out he has late onset Pompe disease wasn’t exactly an easy one. In fact, Jared describes it as a “freak accident.”
From India to Egypt, from Mexico to Cuba – one thing is certain: Disease does not discriminate. For 25 years we've remained committed to providing access to treatment regardless of ability to pay.
People living with atopic dermatitis can experience ongoing physical symptoms that can be a constant frustration during the day and can keep them up at night, impacting their lives physically, socially, psychologically and even professionally.
In today's increasingly specialized world, many new medicines reach patients because organizations recognize the importance of collaborating with other companies and research institutions.
Since 2011, our PAL Awards program has recognized 46 organizations around the world supporting disease awareness, community mobilization, non-profit development and good governance activities.
A pair of Massachusetts families started the New Year off right thanks to the work of Habitat for Humanity MetroWest/Greater Worcester volunteers — including several teams of Sanofi Genzyme employees.