Infectious diseases: Revenue trends
In the first quarter, Johnson & Johnson’s (JNJ) Infectious Diseases segment generated revenues of $830.0 million compared to $749.0 million in the first quarter of 2017, which reflected ~10.8% YoY (year-over-year) growth.
Johnson & Johnson’s Infectious Diseases segment reported revenues of $333.0 million and $497.0 million in the first quarter from its sales in the US and international markets, respectively, which reflected ~2.1% and ~17.5% YoY growth.
Edurant’s revenue trends
In the first quarter, Edurant’s revenues grew 40.9% to reach $210.0 million, including revenues of $14.0 million and $196.0 million, respectively, from the sales in the US and international markets.
In the US and international markets, Edurant witnessed first-quarter growth of ~16.7% and ~43.1%, respectively, on a YoY basis. Edurant is used for the treatment of individuals with HIV-1 infection.
Prezista/Prezcobix/Rezolsta/Symtuza: Revenue trends
In the first quarter, Prezista/Prezcobix/Rezolsta/Symtuza reported net revenues of $478.0 million compared to $430.0 million in the first quarter of 2017, reflecting ~11.0% YoY growth.
In the US, Prezista/Prezcobix/Rezolsta/Symtuza generated first-quarter net revenues of $273.0 million for ~5.4% YoY growth. In the international market, it generated revenues of $205.0 million for ~19.9% YoY growth.
Other infectious disease product revenues
Johnson & Johnson’s other infectious disease products reported revenues of $142.0 million, including revenues of $46.0 million and $96.0 million from the US and international markets.
The solid sales growth of Edurant and Prezcobix/Rezolsta drove the revenue growth of JNJ’s Infectious Diseases segment. The sales growth of Odefsey also pushed the revenue growth of the segment.
The launch of Symtuza positively impacted Johnson & Johnson’s Infectious Diseases segment, which was partially offset by the decline in sales of Olysio and Prezista.
In the anti-hepatitis C virus infection drugs market, Johnson & Johnson’s Olysio faces competition from Gilead Sciences’ (GILD) Harvoni and Merck’s (MRK) Zepatier. Harvoni and Zepatier reported first-quarter revenues of $348.0 million and $131.0 million, respectively.
Johnson & Johnson’s (JNJ) Darzalex generated revenues of $432.0 million in Q1 2018 compared to $255.0 million in Q1 2017, reflecting ~69.4% YoY growth.
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