In May, the New Brunswick-based corporation said it “will wind down the commercialization of talc-based Baby Powder in the US and Canada in the coming months,” adding that “existing inventory will continue to be sold through retailers until it runs out.” But that’s not enough, says “Black Women for Wellness,” one of the many advocacy groups pushing for J&J to stop selling its baby powder worldwide.
The President of the United States appears to have contracted the dreaded coronavirus and brought it with him to New Jersey.
NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—Nine drug company CEO’s including Johnson & Johnson’s Alex Gorsky signed a September 8 pledge to continue making the safety of vaccinated individuals the top priority as they develop the first COVID-19 vaccines, according to a media release. In the pledge, consumer health products and pharmaceutical giant J&J said that “the safety and well-being […]
Just one week after releasing their fall football schedule, the COVID-19 pandemic has forced Rutgers University and the rest of their athletic conference to delay all games and competitions until next year.
Johnson & Johnson (J&J) said on August 19 it agreed to purchase drugmaker Momenta Pharmaceuticals Inc. for about $6.5 billion.
After just over three months in action, the county government’s COVID-19 testing site at the A. Chester Redshaw Elementary School is being shut down to allow the school to re-open in September.
As the COVID-19 pandemic slammed New Jersey, a former Governor sprung into action, this time as a lobbyist for corporations.