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Haleon begins Health Trailer initiative

Consumer healthcare products company Haleon Canada has begun an initiative in collaboration with disaster relief charitable organization GlobalMedic. The effort makes use of a branded vehicle called the “Haleon Health Trailer” that will provide access to self-care products and services to the residents of marginalized communities. Haleon’s brands include Advil, Voltaren, Centrum, Buckley's and Sensodyne.

“At Haleon, we believe we can have a real impact in helping people gain access to better everyday health by making health more inclusive, achievable and sustainable,” said Rupa Bahri, general manager of the Canada business unit at Haleon. “With the launch of the Haleon Health Trailer we are aiming to help people on their health journey where they are and whatever their circumstances might be. The trailer's goal is to provide people with equitable access to self-care products to help them live in good health for as long as possible.”

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