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Delivering innovative solutions as a health journey partner


innovating to empower patient health


discovering and developing medicines for a healthier tomorrow


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Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare, Created by Humans to do no Harm

Artificial intelligence (AI) influences which films you watch on Netflix. Some say it will help humans live forever, others say it will destroy humankind
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Blockchain Technology: The Next Digital Platform in Healthcare

The solution to keeping health information secure may lie in an emerging technology called blockchain
Sanofi Innovation Awards

Nurturing Our Scientists to #BalanceforBetter

When Marie Curie won her Nobel Prizes at the beginning of the 20th century, she was one of the very few women scientists

Research & Development

“Science is our passion. Your health is our mission”

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Clinical Trials & Results

Learn more about how we verify and optimize the efficacy and safety of new medicines.
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“We aim to combine our teams’ best ideas with those of our partners to advance science. Learn more about how we are working collaboratively for tomorrow’s health solutions”

Scientific publications

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New research on HIV

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A novel, trispecific antibody engineered by a team from the National Institutes of Health and Sanofi appeared to be highly effective against HIV.
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Research results on dupilumab for atopic dermatitis

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Phase 3 clinical trials showed that dupilumab improved signs and symptoms for patients with atopic dermatitis.
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Potential new strategy to treat Parkinson’s disease

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Research findings suggest possibly viable therapeutic strategy for Parkinson’s disease patients