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World of Well

ohnson & Johnson has been dedicated to helping build a world of well for over 130 years. For patients. For parents. For the nurses, doctors and other health workers who care for us.

We do this by helping address some of the toughest health challenges people face. Today those challenges include researching ways to eliminate cancer. Innovating more personalized ways to perform surgery. And committing to support health equity solutions aimed at eradicating racial and social injustice.

Learn more about five key ways we are helping everyone live—and thrive—in their own world of well.

  • We're working to not only advance cancer care through cutting-edge solutions and personalized approaches but also to eliminate it through interception—our aim is to predict and preempt cancer at its earliest stages.
  • Our surgical solutions for everything from knee replacements to cancer care are being designed to help make procedures smart, less invasive and more personalized, so patients can experience better outcomes.
  • We want to help people take care of their eyes at every stage of life—from research focused on combating rising rates of myopia in kids to innovations in cataract surgery for older adults—so you can see better, connect better and live better.
  • We've committed to support health equity solutions that can help eradicate racial and social injustice as a public health threat to help put health within reach for everyone, everywhere.
  • Our mission is to create a future where disease is a thing of the past by working to advance potentially transformational innovations in medicine. This includes gene therapy to address inherited retinal diseases and CAR-T cell therapy, which can leverage a patient's own white blood cells to target and kill a specific form of cancer.
  • An oncologist who's developing cancer treatments. An engineer who used her knee injury to improve knee-replacement surgeries. And a mother and vision-care leader who's innovating products to help kids with myopia.
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