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Innovation overload: JNJ talks new science born from old world business strategy

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Proximity is the key for future developments in science, Johnson and Johnson's UK innovation head Patrick Verheyen has told Scrip in a discussion surrounding the big pharma's 2014 goals for its globally scattered innovation centers, since their launch nearly a year ago.

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