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Ethicon will acquire the assets and licenses of TachoSil for $400m and add about 80 Takeda employees, while Takeda will maintain ownership of the TachoSil manufacturing facility in Linz, Austria.
As widely anticipated, Takeda has reached an agreement to divest an ex-Shire ophthalmology drug, as it streamlines the combined post-acquisition business to focus on core therapeutic pillars.
Product liability cases alleging manufacturers of pelvic mesh are responsible for patient injuries continued even as the US FDA is halting sales of the product. In the most recent verdict, a Philadelphia jury said Johnson & Johnson was not responsible for adverse events experienced by a Pennsylvania woman.
Johnson & Johnson subsidiary Ethicon has been ordered to pay $41m to a plaintiff who says she was injured by the company’s pelvic mesh products.
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