GSK Gets A Lucky Q1 Boost, But All Eyes Are On RSV Vaccine Readout
Revenues Up By 32%
GlaxoSmithKline has just acquired a late-stage oncology asset, and sales of Shingrix are on the up again, but the outcome of its RSV vaccine study remains the main focus for 2022.
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Big pharma players have embraced a tricky operating environment in 2022 so far, treading a tightrope with political and financial challenges impacting their decision making and threatening to blow them off balance. However, what is not in doubt is the healthy growth experienced by those companies based around mainland Europe and the UK.
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