Interview: J&J Goes Big In Texas
Top Johnson & Johnson executives sat down with Medtech Insight at AdvaMed 2016 to talk about the company's new Center for Device Innovation in Texas, the company's strategic goals in the US and globally, and why they think the US leads in medical device innovation.
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