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Top J&J meds keep grooving on growth, Q2 sales data show

With the second quarter now past, number-crunchers are trying to anticipate the next round of pharma earnings. And for Johnson & Johnson, the word is that its fast-growing drugs will keep on delivering year-over-year growth--with one key exception.

HIV investigators at Harvard, J&J see promise in early-stage vaccine

A team of collaborators drawn from Harvard, Johnson & Johnson and other groups published results from a preclinical animal study Thursday afternoon that underscores the potential for developing the world's first HIV vaccine.

Stormy Australia hearings on transfer pricing by drug firms invoke Sergeant Schultz

Multinational drug firms in Australia faced a string of barbs in hearings held by a Senate panel into transfer pricing that included a reference to a fictitious German World War II prison camp guard.

Bayer, J&J aim to protect Xarelto's market lead with focus on clinical data

Bayer and Johnson & Johnson know that right now, there's an impression out there that rival drug Eliquis--from Pfizer and Bristol-Myers Squibb--is superior to their next-gen clot-fighter Xarelto, despite their drug's market-share lead.

J&J's Ethicon sponsors 20+ clinical trials to advance bariatric surgery globally

Ethicon, the Johnson & Johnson unit devoted to surgical tools, is moving to defend its bariatric surgery territory as a slew of noninvasive medical devices to treat obesity line up to gain approval in the U.S. It will spend $3.2 million on more than 20 clinical trials to examine how early surgical intervention can be used to improve conditions such as obesity and Type 2 diabetes.

UPDATED: Bayer, J&J touting Xarelto trial data to counteract Eliquis surge

For a while now, Bayer and Johnson & Johnson's Xarelto has had no problem besting its competition, zooming to the lead in the new-age anticoagulant market, despite entering second. Now, though, the notion that rival Eliquis is a superior med is permeating the field, and it's up to the companies to quash that idea if they want to keep their hold on the No. 1 spot.

No artful tax dodging here, drug firms tell Australia transfer-price inquiry

We checked and everything is done correctly on our tax obligations, 9 drug companies said in separate submissions ahead of testimony on July 1 to an Australian Senate inquiry on tax avoidance.

J&J, Stryker, Zimmer in line as India eyes price caps on orthopedic implants

India may soon make scuttlebutt on medical device price controls a reality, starting with orthopedic implants, the Times of India reports, as the National Pharmaceutical Pricing Authority asks Johnson & Johnson, Zimmer and Stryker to submit details of production and pricing of their products, including those for knee and hip.

FierceBiotech Radio at #BIO2015

FierceBiotech Radio is back with a two-part special from the BIO conference in Philadelphia.

Video: Blazing a short path to an accelerated approval in oncology

At the 2015 BIO conference in Philadelphia, FierceBiotech Editor-in-Chief John Carroll moderates a discussion on the future of cancer R&D, featuring leaders from AstraZeneca, Juno Therapeutics, Merck, Johnson & Johnson and GlaxoSmithKline.