In today's edition of Market Checkup, health-care analysts David Williamson and Max Macaluso take a close look at Johnson & Johnson, the largest health-care company in the Dow. They discuss the key takeaways from Johnson & Johnson's second-quarter results and look at its main opportunities in the medical device, pharmaceutical, and consumer health-care spaces.
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