Johnson & Johnson's vision care operations showed sales increases in...

Johnson & Johnson's vision care operations showed sales increases in the second quarter of 5.6 percent in the U.S. to $245 million and of 13.3 percent elsewhere to $487 million, but in local currencies the growth outside the U.S. was limited to 2.1 percent. J&J's Vistakon disposable contact lenses were ...

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