I don't know what to make of this. On one hand, it's noble that he wants to save lives but it makes me think it's all just a show. How about make necessary changes to JNJ's other products that harm patients before starting something new?
Johnson & Johnson recently partnered with Apple on a study to test whether the Apple Watch can better detect and diagnose heart irregularities.
The companies are using the Apple Watch in a cardiovascular health study to see if it can improve the time it takes to detect atrial fibrillation, which can lead to stroke and other debilitating conditions. AFib affects about 33 million people worldwide.