Johnson & Johnson Corp.'s (J&J) Medical Devices group has received a binding offer of $2.1 billion for its Lifescan Inc. business, signaling further moves away from the diabetes sector after its 2017 closure of Animas. Blood glucose monitoring (BGM) company and maker of Onetouch devices, Lifescan, reported $1.5 billion in 2017 net revenue. Platinum Equity investment firm made the offer; the deal's acceptance period closes June 15. Should Johnson & Johnson accept, the transaction is anticipated to close by the end of the year. Lifescan offers BGM and insulin delivery devices.