From scientists working on a potential vaccine to medically trained employees who mobilized to the front lines to help treat patients, these men and women share what most resonates for them about the unique and devastating virus, both professionally and personally.
From working to broaden the pool of patients trials have traditionally studied to finding ways for people to participate from the comforts of home, we look at how the company is reinventing clinical trials in truly forward-thinking ways.
With health insurance enrollment season in full swing, you may be researching which plan to get—and signing those data disclosure forms. But have you ever wondered how some of that info is used once you sign on the dotted line?
Have you been putting off getting your prostate checked? National Cancer Prevention Month is the perfect time to tackle this important medical to-do. Just ask Ron Scolamiero, who was surprised by a prostate cancer diagnosis at 54. He shares his story of resilience.
From partnering with the Black AIDS Institute to reduce HIV infection rates to improving representation in clinical trials, learn how Johnson & Johnson has made it a mission to help address disparities in healthcare.
The company's mission is to care for the world—one person at a time. Just ask Chief Medical Officer Joanne Waldstreicher, M.D., who's been leading the charge to improve the process by which very sick patients may apply for access to investigational medications.
When Rick Martinez learned he had cancer, his professional life at Johnson & Johnson turned personal: He suddenly found himself the subject of a clinical trial. For National Cancer Prevention Month, he shares his story.