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Gilead HCV Sales Plateau, But Maintain Dominant Market Share

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Gilead Sciences Inc. continues to bring in blockbuster revenues on sofosbuvir-based hepatitis C regimens and to maintain a dominant market share in that space, but HCV product sales leveled off from the second quarter due to several factors, the company reported during its third quarter earnings call on Oct. 27.

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