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J&J boosts prostate cancer R&D with $650 million deal, Medivation drops

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Johnson & Johnson agreed to pay $650 million in cash for closely held Aragon Pharmaceuticals to get an experimental prostate cancer drug similar to Medivation's Xtandi.

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