Johnson & Johnson sees 6.2% rise in Q1 contact lens sales

Johnson & Johnson saw first quarter sales of contact lenses rise by a reported 6.2 percent to $910 million, reflecting a 10.6 percent rise at constant-currency rates and benefiting from the continued market recovery and strong performance of new products Acuvue Oasys Multifocal and Acuvue Define Fresh. Sales in the ...

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