Rethinking Cure in Cancer Treatment

Complete eradication of all cancers is the ultimate goal. Until we achieve this, could turning cancer into a chronic disease help us redefine “cure”?

Five Reasons Why Small Cell Lung Cancer is Tough to Treat

Researchers continue to bring into focus the reasons why small cell lung cancer is tough to treat – and what can be done about it.

Strong Bonds, Smart Leaders: Preparing Tomorrow’s Global Health Changemakers

By creating a new paradigm of leadership, Global Health Corps is getting the right people seats at the right tables.

Science Rocks! The Cancer Cells with an Uncontrollable Sweet Tooth

Nearly a century ago, one scientist discovered cancer cells’ insatiable appetite for sugar, but is it a symptom of cancer or one of the causes?

AbbVie Named a World-Class Workplace by Great Place to Work®

AbbVie recognized by Great Place to Work® for high rankings by employees on leadership, organizational culture and trust.

The Lessons I Learned From Psoriasis

Lindell struggled to control her psoriasis – until the day she picked a name out of a phone book.

An Inside Look at Our Cancer Stem Cell Lab

Soma Roy, an oncology scientist, gives a virtual tour of AbbVie Stemcentrx where scientists work to target and eliminate cancer stem cells.

A Peek Inside AbbVie Redwood City

Kurt Gish, Ph.D., an oncology and biologics scientist, tours AbbVie Redwood City where scientists work to develop new cancer treatments

Gone Rogue: What Happens When Cells Say the Wrong Thing

An exploration of the immune system and the role cells play in inflammatory immune diseases.