Janssen's sales of Darzalex exceed expectations

Johnson & Johnson’s pharmaceutical arm Janssen has sold more of the Danish-developed cancer drug Darzalex in the first quarter of the year than analysts had anticipated.

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Sales of the Genmab-developed bone marrow cancer drug, Darzalex, which Johnson & Johnson has licensed, surpassed projections for the first quarter of 2022, as revealed by Johnson & Johnson’s financial report on Tuesday.

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