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Johnson & Johnson's Brian Woodfall, M.D., was working at a Vancouver clinic in the mid-1990s. That's where he met Tiko Kerr, who became one of the first patients to take the company's HIV medicines—and has thrived to this day. For National AIDS Awareness Month, watch as Kerr, Dr. Woodfall and fellow researcher Joss J. De Wet, M.D., reflect on how those treatments have saved lives and continue to evolve, in this moving video.
Injections that allow people with schizophrenia to go longer between treatments. Digital tools that may lead to the creation of more effective medications. Programs that ensure mental illness is properly diagnosed. These are just a few of the ways Johnson & Johnson is addressing the largest unmet need in healthcare.
Take a look inside the new cutting-edge hub for medical innovation where company scientists and other researchers will collaborate to help find solutions for some of the world’s toughest health challenges.