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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Roche today reported that its sales for its molecular diagnostics products fell 3 percent for the first quarter as revenues for its Diagnostics Division overall grew 1 percent.

The Swiss diagnostics, pharmaceuticals, and research products firm reported total group sales of CHF 11.59 billion ($12.45 billion), up 5 percent year over year, and driven by its pharmaceutical products sales, which rose 6 percent to CHF 9.17 billion from CHF 8.62 billion.

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