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French competition watchdog slaps €25M fine on Johnson & Johnson

The French competition authority fined the U.S. pharmaceutical heavyweight Johnson & Johnson €25 million in a case related to Durogesic, Reuters reported.

Durogesic is a fentanyl patch used to manage moderate-to-severe pain.