Cancer changed how this mom chose to live her life, serve her community

"Working Mother of the Year” Kristen Howard is a caregiver not only for her children and work department, but also for her community.

On-and-off switches for more precise medicines against cancer

Protein engineering is allowing researchers to program antibodies so they turn on and off in certain conditions to more precisely target tumors.

Shifting the battlefield strategy in the war on cancer

A greater understanding of what makes each individual cancer unique could shape the way it’s treated in the era of personalized medicine.

Why We Give

During the Employee Giving Campaign, we’re helping our people do what comes naturally: give back to the nonprofits they love.

How one primary color helps support people with lymphoma

From Taiwan to Texas, Australia to Arkansas, buildings across the globe will Light it Red for World Lymphoma Awareness Day.

Seeing clear: what the future holds for psoriasis

How unraveling more mysteries of the immune system may help guide better health outcomes for patients

Changing the public perception: why clinical trial participation is needed

Clinical study participant Nina Martinez and AbbVie researcher Maurizio Facheris encourage people to help advance science by participating in clinical trials.

Eyeforpharma Awards AbbVie with 2017 “Most Valuable Patient Initiative" and “Most Valuable Pharma Collaboration”

Led by AbbVie Israel, more than 300 health care stakeholders across the country collaborated to build the awarded project, YouTube’s “Doctor’s Channel.”

Could Ireland hold the genetic codes to crack serious diseases?

Genomic information from thousands of people in Ireland may unearth new clues in the hunt for markers of disease and new medicines to treat them.

For children without books, a new chapter begins

For the man behind Bernie’s Book Bank, putting books into kids' hands isn't just a battle to increase literacy in underserved communities. It's a personal quest.