Advancing Efforts in Disease Interception

Welcome to Scientific American’s Science Speak, posted on February 27th, 2020. I’m Steve Mirsky. On this episode:


That is Ben Wiegand. He been given a doctorate in bodily chemistry from Harvard. You could have seen bumper stickers that say, “Honk If You Passed P. Chem.” Wiegand is now the International Head of the Planet Without the need of Disorder Accelerator, the WWDA, at Janssen, the Pharmaceutical Providers of Johnson & Johnson. In which he’s concerned in multiple endeavours to prevent disease or discover it in its earliest phases for a lot more successful treatments. We spoke by cellular phone.


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