Book and other media review| Volume 35, ISSUE 2, P224, August 2008

To Improve Health and Health Care: The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Anthology, Volume VIII

      If you have ever used a band-aid, you have been directly influenced by Robert Wood Johnson (RWJ). Johnson & Johnson was founded by RWJ in the late 1800s and has grown to become one of the world's largest health product companies. Much of the growth occurred under the direction of RWJ II, who also established the foundation bearing his name. The RWJ Foundation's anthology, To Improve Health and Health Care, Volume VIII, details the Foundation's recent donations. It serves both to inform and to provide a transparent accounting of the Foundation's activities.
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