As per reports, Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) is looking forward to filing for approval of 14 new drugs by 2025, projecting average peak sales of $4 billion a year for each. The global head of research for J&J’s Janssen pharmaceutical unit, Mathai Mammen is reportedly confident about its top upcoming assets, a drug combination for non-small cell lung cancer, an anticoagulant in development with partner Bristol Myers Squibb, and a vaccine for the respiratory syncytial virus.
J&J developed one of the three COVID-19 vaccines authorized in the United States. Mammen informed that J&J still expects to develop more vaccines using the same adenovirus vector technology.
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