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16 May 2018
Pharmaceutical giant Johnson & Johnson announced on May 2, 208 that it would pay up to US$1 billion to acquire a company that makes cancer-killing viruses. It was a striking show of support for a still-unproven treatment, but the bid is just the latest sign that industry and academics are warming to the approach. In…
28 Mar 2018
Scientists gathering at the Kigali Convention Centre, Rwanda for the Next Einstein Forum (NEF), yesterday said science journalism in Africa had potentials to drive the...
4 Sep 2017
The California jury's decision marks the largest award yet in a string of lawsuits that claim the firm did not adequately warn about cancer risks from talc-based products.
30 Aug 2017
Johnson & Johnson has been ordered to pay $417m (£323.4m) to a woman who says she developed ovarian cancer after using products such as baby powder.

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