Inside J&J’s New Initiative to ‘Intercept’ Diseases

Ben Wiegand, Head of J&J's Disease Interception Accelerator. (Photo by Gene Smirnov.)

The pharmaceutical industry often develops drugs to manage diseases. But Johnson & Johnson posits a different model: What if you could identify people at risk and stave disease off?

 

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