Genmab CEO: Three products may turn into five this year

Normally, it takes ten months for a marketing authorization to be processed in the US. Genmab hopes for an accelerated process, so the firm can get approval for two new products this year.

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Genmab's three winning horses may very well turn into five in the course of 2021.

"The most important milestone this year is that we hope to get two new products approved, which are basically created with Genmab techology. One is Johnson & Johnson's Amivantamab, and the other is Tisotumab Vedotin," Genmab CEO Jan van de Winkel tells Ritzau Finans.

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