After a series of catastrophic natural disasters, AbbVie Foundation provides support with more than $4 million in grants.
With ovaries, fallopian tubes and a uterus, Evatar mimics what a body does in real life, including responding to hormones and metabolizing drugs.
"Working Mother of the Year” Kristen Howard is a caregiver not only for her children and work department, but also for her community.
Protein engineering is allowing researchers to program antibodies so they turn on and off in certain conditions to more precisely target tumors.
A greater understanding of what makes each individual cancer unique could shape the way it’s treated in the era of personalized medicine.
During the Employee Giving Campaign, we’re helping our people do what comes naturally: give back to the nonprofits they love.
From Taiwan to Texas, Australia to Arkansas, buildings across the globe will Light it Red for World Lymphoma Awareness Day.
How unraveling more mysteries of the immune system may help guide better health outcomes for patients
Clinical study participant Nina Martinez and AbbVie researcher Maurizio Facheris encourage people to help advance science by participating in clinical trials.