Analyst: Darzalex sales could reach top end of projections

Janssen’s recently published sales figures for cancer drug Darzalex indicate a promising year-end result is in store, according to a Sydbank analyst.

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On Tuesday, Genmab saw a bad stock market start turn around after its partner, US-based pharmaceutical firm Johnson & Johnson, released its first quarter figures for 2022, which revealed a sales advancement for bone marrow cancer drug Darzalex.

After the report’s publication, Genmab’s stock price experienced a small increase of 0.2 percent to DKK 2,560 (USD 372).

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