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New Blockbusters expected by Johnson & Johnson

Johnson & Johnson recently announced its intention to spin off its consumer health business, following in the footsteps of a number of other pharmaceutical companies that have shrunk down to focus on their pharmaceutical divisions. executives are already praising the potential of their own pharmaceutical division. During a pharmaceutical strategy review on Thursday, Johnson & Johnson executives said the company expects to be a $60 billion-a-year manufacturer by 2025.

Jennifer Taubert, executive vice president and global chairman of pharmaceuticals at Johnson & Johnson, stated on the call that the company forecasts compound annual sales growth of at least 5% per year through the middle of the decade, with increase expected every year. To get there, the company will use a mix of existing medicines, exploratory treatments, and new, revolutionary therapeutics including CAR-T drugs and gene therapies, according to Taubert.

The company is developing 14 new drugs, all of which have a market potential of more than $1 billion. Even better, according to Taubert, five of those goods have the potential to generate $5 billion or more in revenue. Johnson & Johnson anticipates eight of its established brands to generate double-digit sales growth through 2025. By the middle of the decade, fourteen established medicines are predicted to bring in more than $1 billion each, according to Taubert.

Darzalex, Imbruvica, Erleada, and Tremfya, all Johnson & Johnson products, are examples of established medications primed for growth, according to Taubert. Darzalex, a cancer drug, may soon benefit from approval of a combo therapy in frontline multiple myeloma. According to Taubert, the combination therapy, which included Revlimid and the steroid dexamethasone, improved progression-free survival by about 30 months compared to Revlimid alone.

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