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As J&J Sees Continued Drug Price Declines, CEO Urges Slow Policy Change Via Trump's Blueprint

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J&J told investors to anticipate negative net drug pricing of 4%-6% across its portfolio in 2018, following a 4.6% negative impact in 2017. CEO Alex Gorsky also cautioned against changing drug pricing policy too quickly.

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