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Sanofi Publishes Revised Code of Ethics

Sanofi revised its code of ethics and made a PDF version available to all.

Sanofi CEO Paul Hudson made a statement about the importance of ethics and and integrity in healthcare. Read below, and view the full code of ethics here.

INTEGRITY IS A COMMITMENT THAT MUST GUIDE OUR BEHAVIORS BEYOND MERE COMPLIANCE WITH LAW AND REGULATION, DRIVING US TO MAKE THE RIGHT CHOICE WHEN FACING ANY SITUATION.

At Sanofi, our passion is to prevent, treat and cure illness and disease through life. We are driven to improve the health of communities and to find new solutions for patients by combining breakthrough science with advanced technology.

We are inspired by the resilience of patients and strengthened by our heritage. We are always working for new ways to fight chronic, complex and rare diseases with medicines that offer for hope for patients and the future of healthcare.

To build a successful business, we constantly aim to act with integrity. For any decision we have to take, we fully integrate ethical principles. Integrity is a commitment that must guide our behaviors beyond mere compliance with law and regulation, driving us to make the right choice when facing any situation.

This Code of Ethics contains the principles that guide us. Each of us needs to know, understand and apply these principles in our daily work, regardless of our function or level in the company. This reference document is here to support everyone at Sanofi so that we can remain true to our commitments to people, patients, doctors, scientists, partners, investors and society at large.

Each of us has to bring Sanofi’s Code of Ethics to life. I thank you for your continued support and dedication to patients. They inspire us not only to pioneer, but to act with integrity.

 

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