JNJ

AcronymDefinition
JNJJohnson and Johnson (stock symbol)
JNJJornada Nacional de la Juventud (Spanish: National Youth Day)
JNJJournal of Nursing Jocularity
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* Assessing the impact of a medication adherence program using an app from JNJ.
JNJ denies the claim and states it will continue to defend itself against these lawsuits.
Supplying an average volume of 1.5 million liters per month of CME to PSPC via its oleochemical plant here, JNJ Oil Industries Marketing Head Jervis Jao told the BusinessMirror they hope that farmer-beneficiaries will help them produce the needed requirement of the oil company.
JNJ's SuperSaturated SmartWipes are disposable cleaning wipes that are presaturated with a choice of application specific cleaning solutions.
New Brunswick, N.J.-based JNJ stopped producing the device in 2009 and recalled 93,000 units the next year.
InfoDisk is just one of the many business products available from JNJ Ventures at <http://futurepublications.com>.
Arrowhead Pharmaceuticals (ARWR) announced that it has begun dosing in a new triple combination cohort that includes JNJ-3989 and additional undisclosed agents selected by Janssen Pharmaceuticals (JNJ) in its ongoing Phase 1/2 study in patients with chronic hepatitis B virus.
- The European Medicines Agency has granted a PRIME (PRIority MEdicines) designation for Janssen's investigational B-cell maturation antigen chimeric antigen receptor T-cell (CAR-T) therapy, JNJ-68284528 (JNJ-4528), US-based healthcare company Johnson and Johnson's (NYSE: JNJ) Belgium-based The Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies said.
The popular Ortho-Novum birth control has been voluntarily recalled by Janssen Pharmaceuticals, Inc., a private Johnson & Johnson ((https://finance.yahoo.com/quote/JNJ?p=JNJ&.tsrc=fin-srch) JNJ ) company.
Chicago: Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) continues to face lawsuits alleging its talc-based body powder products caused cancer, according to Fitch Ratings.
Prior to JNJ, Peterson has worked as chairman & chief executive officer of Bayer CropScience AG in Germany, CEO of Bayer Medical Care and as president of Bayer HealthCare AG's Diabetes Care Division.
The divestiture is part of New Brunswick, N.J.-based JNJ's strategy to shed its under-performing assets, reduce costs and focus on higher-growth businesses.