Sunday February 18th 2018

Roche reports good results in 2017

Commenting on the Group ’s results, Roche CEO Severin Schwan said: “In 2017, we made significant progress with good growth in both divisions driven by newly launched medicines and tests. I am particularly pleased with the successful launch of Ocrevus and Hemlibra and important approvals for additional indications for P erjeta, Tecentriq and Alecensa. These medicines bring substantial benefit to patients with serious diseases such as multiple sclerosis, cancer and haemophilia. Based on our strong product portfolio we are well positioned for the future.” (Source: Roche Media News)

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