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      September 29, 2023
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      What is cardiac ablation?

      For American Heart Month, learn how Johnson & Johnson is innovating to help treat the millions of people who are living with atrial fibrillation and other conditions that cause an irregular heartbeat.
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      Could we be on our way to eliminating cancer for good?

      What once seemed like an out-of-reach goal may soon be within our grasp. Take an in-depth look at how Johnson & Johnson is working toward its vision of helping create a world without cancer.
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      IBD rates are rising in communities of color. Can these innovators help?

      Scientists aren’t sure what’s behind the upward trend. That’s why Johnson & Johnson Innovation put out the call to address this troubling health disparity.
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      Harnessing the human genome is the future of healthcare—and Johnson & Johnson is helping lead the way

      The company’s partnership with the largest human genome sequencing project in the world will increase scientists’ understanding of genetic diseases and help create new interventions. Here, a look at the breakthroughs that have guided the understanding of the power of DNA.

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      A doctor holding a catheter for AFib

      5 things we now know about atrial fibrillation

      More than 37.5 million people worldwide are affected by this common type of heart arrhythmia—and by 2050, the number of cases will increase by 60%. For American Heart Month, learn the facts behind this heart condition, plus one patient’s diagnosis story.
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      Brain scans may catch Alzheimer's disease before it starts

      Could we be on the cusp of catching Alzheimer’s before it starts?

      The key to slowing cognitive decline is diagnosing the disease as early as possible. And that’s exactly what Johnson & Johnson scientists are relentlessly pursuing.
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      An eye for innovation: helping surgeons see more during spinal operations

      With a unique disposable camera the size of a pinkie finger, Eric Buehlmann and his team pioneered a better—and easier—way for doctors to perform back procedures.
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      Advancing new options for bladder cancer treatment

      Advancing drug discovery. Helping treatments reach patients faster. Diversifying clinical trials. Here’s a look at how Johnson & Johnson is harnessing AI to help create a healthier world.
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      Behind the relentless pursuit of multiple myeloma cures

      Johnson & Johnson has been dedicated to developing innovative treatments for blood cancers for nearly 20 years. Scientist Kodandaram “Ram” Pillarisetti is at the forefront of the company’s commitment to working toward its goal of one day eliminating the disease.

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      Do you know what heart failure is? (Hint: It’s probably not what you think)

      For American Heart Month, learn about the advances Johnson & Johnson is making to help turn heart failure into heart recovery for the millions of adults in the U.S. living with the condition, which occurs when the heart muscle isn’t able to pump blood as well as it should.
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      Biomedical scientist Robert Langer receives the 2023 Dr. Paul Janssen Award for Biomedical Research

      Each year, Johnson & Johnson honors a scientist currently working in academia, industry or a scientific institute who has made a significant contribution toward the improvement of public health.
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      Is this the end of one-size-fits-all treatments for depression?

      Johnson & Johnson is working to bring personalized psychiatry to the 7 in 10 people with depression whose treatments aren’t getting the job done.
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