Johnson & Johnson Q3 contact lens sales inch up 3.0% as class action litigation settled

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Johnson & Johnson saw sales of contact lenses in the third quarter increased by a reported 3.0 percent on the year earlier to $908 million, with a rise at constant-currency rates of 10.8 percent. Growth was driven by a market recovery, price actions and new products like Acuvue Oasys Multifocal ...

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