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Should a drug company that’s agreed to pay billions in criminal and civil fines for illegally marketing its drugs to children and dementia patients be honored with an ethics prize?

That’s what will happen next month when Johnson & Johnson receives the annual Ethical Leadership Award from a nonprofit organization called the Fellowships at Auschwitz for the Study of Professional Ethics, or FASPE.

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