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Johnson & Johnson Plans to Expand Healthcare Cost Crisis and Product Liability in Asia
Asians will soon get to experience a deeper entrenchment of known harmful JNJ products, and Gorsky's crazy healthcare cost control strategy.
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April 22, 2015
The Difference Between Guinea Pig and Cash Cow
(2016, September 27) People keep saying pharma is using us as 'guinea pigs'. Uh, not quite. Take a minute to learn the difference between a 'guinea pig' and a 'cash cow'.
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Johnson & Johnson Victims at Risk of RE-Victimization
(2016, August 22) If you are currently a victim of a known harmful Johnson & Johnson subsidiary product and have high medical needs due to your injuries, you are at increased risk of becoming a victim of another known harmful Johnson & Johnson subsidiary product.
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Johnson & Johnson Ethicrap, I Mean EthiCON, More JNJ JUNK
(2016, July 25) As I've mentioned, Johnson & Johnson has so many bad products I have to put a bunch in each article now to try to keep up. Now for EthiCON crap.
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Johnson and Johnson Janssen Xarelto Slaughter
(2016, July 8) Overstating benefits, downplaying (or not disclosing) risks. Xarelto by Johnson and Johnson Janssen killing people left and right. Over 500 DEAD, 7,100 lawsuits already. Lovely, eh?
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I'm not really certain the Asian population is aware of the problems at Johnson & Johnson.People in other countries who are victims of TVTMesh, Risperdal, Metal-on-Metal Hips and other known defective or harmful products, would likely tell the Asian population that a lot needs to change at Johnson & Johnson before they expand operations in the area. I wonder how many Asians are aware of the fact that Johnson & Johnson has racked up well over 48,500 lawsuits? I wonder how many Asians are aware that the only good thing about Johnson & Johnson is their marketing plan?
Hopefully, Johnson & Johnson shareholders will see the need to force many changes in the way Johnson & Johnson and their subsidiaries do business. Although products that harm people create incredibly profitable victims, as with the rest of the world, I don't think the people of Asia will be happy with products that cause harm for future profits either.
I hope Asian people stand up against allowing Johnson & Johnson with a CEO that states, "60% and GO!" when it comes to meeting their healthcare needs safely and effectively ;o)
In addition, I hope Asian people stand up against allowing a Johnson & Johnson intentionally, drastically, dramatically and at risk of fines and/or jail time if not paid (kinda like ObamaCare, eh?) increase their healthcare costs, and demand reasonable prices for healthcare-related goods and services.