Some 50 million people would succumb to the Spanish influenza outbreak of 1918. And this Johnson & Johnson employee went out of her way to be at the very front lines of caring for the sick.
From caring for soldiers on the front lines of WWI to fighting the deadly Spanish influenza, Johnson & Johnson nurse Katherine Hannan exemplified patient-centered care. Read her story and see how her legacy lives on today:
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