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Louisiana high court tosses $257M Risperdal verdict for lack of evidence

Johnson & Johnson persuaded the Louisiana Supreme Court to toss a $257 million verdict against the company in a Risperdal marketing case, a big win in the company's multibillion-dollar fight with state and federal authorities.

J&J persuades LA Supreme Court to toss $257M Risperdal marketing verdict

The legal battle over Risperdal marketing wears on. Johnson & Johnson persuaded the Louisiana Supreme Court to toss a $257 million verdict against the company, a big win in the company's multibillion-dollar fight with state and federal authorities.

Artificial pancreas news: U.K. researchers unveil device, Animas snags Canadian approval of closed-loop system

Two more advances in insulin pump technology this week offer glimpses of what could soon be an actual artificial pancreas, the combination insulin pump and glucose monitor long desired in the diabetes market.

U.K. researchers unveil an artificial pancreas they've been developing for 20 years

Twenty years after setting out to create an implantable artificial pancreas to treat diabetes, a pharmacy professor at De Montfort University in Leicester, England, says she'll be ready to begin human trials of the device in 2016, according to a press release from the university.

J&J's Animas launches a new combination insulin pump in Canada

Following a lengthy waiting period for FDA approval, Animas--Johnson & Johnson's diabetes division--launched its newest combination insulin pump and continuous glucose monitoring device in Canada.

The top 10 pharma companies in social media

Chatting with the public is not in pharma's comfort zone. Drugmakers are adept at the one-way communication known as direct-to-consumer advertising, and some of them deal well with the media....

J&J carves out a new group to develop drugs for poor countries

Big Pharma never lost the black eye it earned over the years for neglecting the diseases of poor countries as the industry catered largely to the needs of the developed world. But some of its biggest players are trying.

J&J consumer health boosts results, even without a key plant

Johnson & Johnson has been working for nearly four years to overcome manufacturing problems at its key over-the-counter products plant in the U.S. and get the facility reopened. In a new sign that it is getting those problems behind it, even before the plant reopens, the drugmaker says the OTC unit posted a nearly 20% jump in U.S. sales last year as it got products like Tylenol and Motrin back in the hands of consumers.

Industry giants join MD Anderson's star team for cancer immunotherapies

J&J's new innovation group has signed up to work with Jim Allison, the noted cancer drug researcher who was lured away from Memorial Sloan-Kettering in late 2012 to head up a new collaboration at MD Anderson in Texas aimed at developing a new generation of cancer immunotherapies.

J&J's Q4 looked great for orthopedics, but less so for diabetes and Dx

Johnson & Johnson med tech sales produced solid gains in 2013 as a whole, but divisions such as diabetes care and diagnostics slumped in Q4.