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Anthony Mancini will help Genmab take its next steps

Last year, Anthony Mancini was hired by Genmab. Today, he plays a key role in a new chapter at the company, as Genmab begins to market and sell its own products within cancer treatment for the first time.

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Few firms have been progressing at the same speed as Genmab has the past few years.

The Danish biotech company, which is specialized in cancer treatment, has seen both its revenue and share price skyrocket year after year. Historically, the growth has been due to Darzalex, which is marketed by Johnson & Johnson, but today, Genmab has five drugs contributing to its revenue.

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