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Johnson & Johnson Said To Reach Deal On Artificial Hip Suits

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Johnson and Johnson is expected to pay out $2.5 billion to settle lawsuits over faulty artificial hips. The medical products maker will reportedly pay 8,000 U.S. patients $250,000 each for new hip replacement surgery.
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