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September 12, 2005

HUMANITARIAN AID

Pharmaceutical companies are contributing money, products, and services to Katrina's victims

Marc Reisch And Vivien Marx

CASH PRODUCTS/ SERVICES OTHER ACTIVITY WEBSITE
Abbott Laboratories $2 million Nutritional and medical products worth $2 million Matching employee contributions 1:1 www.abbott.com
Amgen $2.5 million Matching employee contributions 1:1 www.amgen.com
AstraZeneca $1 million www.astrazeneca.com
Baxter $1 million Emergency shipments of home dialysis products and logistics support for delivery Matching employee contributions 2:1 www.baxter.com
Bristol-Myers Squibb $1 million Infant formula worth more than $500,000 Matching employee contributions 1:1 www.bms.com
GlaxoSmithKline $1 million Medicines and health care products Matching employee contributions 1:1 www.gsk.com
Johnson & Johnson $5 million Pain treatments and personal care and wound care products worth $250,000 Matching employee and retiree contributions www.jnj.com
Eli Lilly & Co. $1 million Insulin worth $1 million Matching employee contributions 1:1 www.lilly.com
Merck $1 million Vaccines worth $2.6 million and medicines worth $140,000 Matching employee contributions 1:1 www.merck.com
Nabi Biopharmaceuticals $50,000 Emergency supplies of medicines for persons with kidney disease and for dialysis patients www.nabi.com
Pfizer $2 milliona Medicine, consumer and animal health products, logistics support Matching employee and retiree contributions www.pfizer.com
Ranbaxy Laboratories Anti-infectives and other medicines www.ranbaxy.com
Schering-Plough $500,000 Medicines and products, including 100,000 units of sunscreen, worth $2 million Matching employee contributions www.schering-plough.com
Wyeth $ 1 million Free replacement supply for prescriptions Matching employee contributions www.wyeth.com

NOTE: This list is representative of efforts in the industry but not comprehensive. a $1 million for rebuilding hospital and health care centers, $1 million for relief organizations.

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