Sanofi’s Dupixent Benefits In Chronic Spontaneous Urticaria Add To Strong Second Quarter
EPS Guidance For 2021 Updated
Sanofi’s sales grew strongly in the second quarter, driven by the immunologic Dupixent and its vaccines business, with the company also reporting success in a further potential indication for the product, chronic spontaneous urticaria. The big pharma has raised its EPS guidance for the year.
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