Researchers stage strike at J&J's Belgium ops

Researchers of the world, unite! J&J's downsizing plans included a significant cut at the drug giant's research facilities in Belgium. But staffers there were so unhappy that they called a strike, suspending work on a variety of research projects that includes an unknown number of clinical trials. Most workers have been locked out during the strike at Janssen Pharmaceutica.

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