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Ortho-Clinical Diagnostics



Ortho Clinical Diagnostics is a Johnson & Johnson company. It was created following Johnson and Johnson's acquiring of Ortho Diagnostic Systems in 1994, which was then merged with Johnson & Johnson Clinical Diagnostics in 1997. Their corporate offices are in Raritan, New Jersey, while their main research facility is in Rochester, New York. The business has two major segments: Transfusion Medicine which is involved in screening human blood, and Clinical Laboratories, which does a variety of chemical testing.

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Ortho-McNeil Pharmaceutical


 
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