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After 5-Year Winning Streak, Xarelto Makers Settle Personal Injury Suits

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Bayer and Johnson & Johnson agree to resolve approximately 25,000 claims in federal and state courts for $775m, almost 13% of Xarelto's 2018 sales.

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