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Innovating for a Healthy Future

By Alice Lin Fabiano, Director, Global Community Impact, Johnson & Johnson

In low income countries, mobile technology has emerged as a way to overcome longstanding barriers to information. Now, with more phones than people in the world, and rising mobile phone penetration in developing countries, the mobile phone delivers health information in a way that’s relatable and positive, right into people’s hands, no matter their socio-economic status. For HIV-positive pregnant women around the world, a simple SMS has been a gateway to a healthier future. And while cell phones and text messaging are no longer a truly new technology, how they are used to improve health is an area of near-constant innovation.
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