J&J Innovation Centers report 12 new partners, investments
This article was originally published in Scrip
Johnson & Johnson's Innovation Centers are living up to their promise of supporting early-stage drug, device and consumer product development with 60 investments or partnerships under their collective belt to date, including 12 recently announced transactions.
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