J&J Continues Signaling Aggressive M&A Approach To Drive Growth
Johnson & Johnson reported disappointing Q1 sales for its COVID-19 vaccine but called the Carvykti launch solid and discussed plans for further diversification of its multiple myeloma portfolio.
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