Slowing COVID-19 Sales Will Drag On Roche In 2022
Growth To Be Flat Or Low Single Digit
Strong sales of COVID-19 diagnostics and therapies helped the Swiss company ride out the biosimilar attack in 2021, but it will not have the same buffer this year.
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