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      Innovation
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      4 questions for a data science innovator

      Hidden in large amounts of digital information—such as anonymized medical records—may be the keys to transforming the future of healthcare. Troy C. Sarich, Ph.D., Johnson & Johnson’s Chief Commercial Data Science Officer, shares how the company is carefully collecting, analyzing and harnessing this information to improve the health of people everywhere.
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      3 eye-opening statistics about racial inequities in heart health among Black Americans

      Black people are far more likely to live with cardiovascular diseases than other populations in the United States. We spoke to three experts about the consequences of that disparity—and how Johnson & Johnson is actively working to help drive change and better heart health through improved education, diagnosis and treatment.
      Personal stories
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      “I’m one of the more than half a million people who can go years undiagnosed": A woman shares the story of her shocking AFib Diagnosis

      The heart condition affects up to 6 million Americans, and raises the risk of stroke five-fold. For National Women’s Heart Week, one patient describes what it was like to learn she had atrial fibrillation—and the unexpected positive impact it has had on her life.
      Innovation
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      Can an Apple Watch reduce the likelihood of suffering a stroke? The innovative study that’s tackling the problem of AFib

      Cardiologist C. Michael Gibson is heading up a virtual research study that uses wearable technology and cutting-edge apps to help detect atrial fibrillation, one of the biggest risk factors for stroke. We dive into how the study will work.