J&J Has Big Plans For Robotic Surgery In 2020
The company’s leadership discussed its recent investments in robotic surgery technology during Johnson & Johnson’s 2019 fourth-quarter earnings call on 22 January. The company will provide more information on its robotic surgery platforms at its investors meeting in May in New York.
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