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Sanofi Genzyme Donates Corporate Archives To Harvard Business School

PV0616_GenzymeDonatesSanofi Genzyme is donating materials to create an extensive archival collection, spanning the more than three decades since the company’s founding in 1981, to the Historical Collections of Harvard Business School (HBS) Baker Library.

Materials in the Genzyme Archive, as permitted by the company and determined by the course needs of Harvard Business School faculty members, may also be incorporated into the Harvard Business School curriculum, become the subjects of HBS cases, and be used as sources for doctoral theses and books.

Lilly Supports Project UDAY

Project HOPE, the global health organization, is experiencing great success in India in its role in Project UDAY (which means dawn or sunrise in Hindi), a comprehensive diabetes and hypertension prevention and management program supported by Lilly under the Lilly NCD Partnership.

PV0616_ProjectUDAYAccording to the International Diabetes Federation, India has one of the largest populations living with diabetes in the world, second only to China.

Launched in 2012, Project UDAY is led by the Public Health Foundation of India (PHFI), New Delhi in partnership with Population Services International (PSI) and Project HOPE. UDAY comprises a priority set of five synergistic ecosystem interventions with the overarching goal to prevent, detect, and reduce the risk of diabetes and hypertension and to improve the management of individuals with either of these conditions.

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Young Scientist Foundation board members celebrate the charity’s 4th Annual Gala in New York City. The Young Scientist
Foundation is determined to match highly motivated high school students with accomplished mentors, enabling them to perform meaningful laboratory research, question the status quo, and make a real difference. Most importantly, the foundation yearns to ignite a life-long passion for science. (PV)

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