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Genmab A/S (GEN.CO)

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Tue, Apr 17 2018

BRIEF-Genmab: Q1 Net Sales Of Darzalex At $432 Mln

* REG-GENMAB ANNOUNCES NET SALES OF DARZALEX® (DARATUMUMAB) FOR FIRST QUARTER OF 2018

Biotech group Genmab aims to own bigger share of new drug pipeline

COPENHAGEN, April 10 Genmab plans to own a bigger share of drugs in its early-stage pipeline as Europe's biggest biotechnology company prepares to reduce its reliance on a blockbuster cancer drug, marketed by partner Johnson & Johnson.

BRIEF-Genmab ‍2017 Operating Profit Beats Expectations

* ‍PROJECTED REVENUE FOR 2018 CONSISTS PRIMARILY OF DARZALEX ROYALTIES OF APPROXIMATELY DKK 1,750 MLN THAT ARE BASED ON AN ESTIMATED USD 2.0 - 2.3 BLN OF DARZALEX NET SALES IN 2018​

BRIEF-Genmab 2017 Net Sales Of DARZALEX At $1.24 Billion

* ANNOUNCES 2017 NET SALES FIGURES FOR DARZALEX® (DARATUMUMAB)

BRIEF-Genmab Gets USD 50 Mln From Novartis For Lost Potential Milestones And Royalties​

* ANNOUNCES NOVARTIS’ INTENTION TO TRANSITION ARZERRA® (OFATUMUMAB) FROM COMMERCIAL AVAILABILITY TO LIMITED AVAILABILITY VIA COMPASSIONATE USE PROGRAMS FOR THE TREATMENT OF CLL IN NON-US MARKETS

BRIEF-U.S. FDA Grants Priority Review For Daratumumab In Front Line Multiple Myeloma

* U.S. FDA GRANTS PRIORITY REVIEW FOR DARATUMUMAB IN FRONT LINE MULTIPLE MYELOMA

BRIEF-Gemnab Says Artisan Partners Increased Indirect Ownership In Co To 5.04 Pct Of Share Capital and Voting Rights

* GENMAB - ‍ARTISAN PARTNERS INCREASED THEIR INDIRECT OWNERSHIP IN CO TO 3,081,731 SHARES, AMOUNTING TO 5.04% OF SHARE CAPITAL, VOTING RIGHTS IN CO

BRIEF-Biotech Genmab sees 2018 expense growth of 40-50 pct

Dec 12 FOLLOWING ARE STATEMENTS FROM GENMAB'S R'N'D UPDATE IN ATLANTA, GEORGIA:

Genmab and Johnson & Johnson 'love' partnership as some ponder takeover

LONDON Genmab was Europe's second biggest biotech company, until its partner Johnson & Johnson bought Switzerland's Actelion for $30 billion this year and propelled the Danish antibody specialist to the top spot.

Genmab and J&J 'love' partnership as some ponder takeover

LONDON Genmab was Europe's second biggest biotech company, until its partner Johnson & Johnson bought Switzerland's Actelion for $30 billion (£22.30 billion) this year and propelled the Danish antibody specialist to the top spot.

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