Johnson & Johnson's Q3 contact lens sales turn positive in U.S.

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Johnson & Johnson’s global sales of contact lenses fell by 7.1 percent year-on-year in the third quarter to $830 million. At constant currency rates, revenues fell by 7.2 percent as sales of contact lenses continued to be negatively impacted the Covid-19 pandemic. But, sales in the U.S. grew partially driven ...

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