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FILE -  In this file photograph taken Nov. 15, 2007, health care products maker Johnson & Johnson's CEO William Weldon is seen in the company's world headquarters in New Brunswick, N.J. With Johnson & Johnson's once-golden reputation tarnished by 11 recalls of medicines, contact lenses and hip implants in 11 months, its chief executive said Friday, Aug. 27, 2010, he knows the company let consumers down. (AP Photo/Mel Evans, file)
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FILE - In this file photograph taken Nov. 15, 2007, health care products maker Johnson & Johnson's CEO William Weldon is seen in the company's world headquarters in New Brunswick, N.J. With Johnson & Johnson's once-golden reputation tarnished by 11 recalls of medicines, contact lenses and hip implants in 11 months, its chief executive said Friday, Aug. 27, 2010, he knows the company let consumers down. (AP Photo/Mel Evans, file)

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