Alkermes reports Q1 Vivitrol revenue $69.2M vs. $62.7M last year
Reports Q1 Aristada revenue $30.3M vs. $29.2M last year. Richard Pops, CEO of Alkermes, said in this morning's earnings release, "The first few months of 2019 were highlighted by the presentation of important new data from large clinical trials of both ALKS 3831 and ARISTADA at the 2019 Congress of the Schizophrenia International Research Society. These innovative studies demonstrated the clear antipsychotic efficacy of our medicines along with our intended patient-focused attributes relating to safety and tolerability. Our recently announced ALPINE study results also provide information useful to clinicians making treatment decisions for their patients. Looking ahead, we are focused on executing both commercially and across our development pipeline. With the planned submission of the New Drug Application for ALKS 3831 mid-year, expected regulatory action for diroximel fumarate for multiple sclerosis in the fourth quarter, and increasing momentum in the ALKS 4230 immuno-oncology program, we have a number of key milestones ahead and look forward to updating you on our progress throughout the year."