Earnings and revenue were both better than Wall Street expected. Analysts surveyed by Thomson First Call were looking for a top line of $591.8 million and a profit of 53 cents.

Shares of Gilead were losing $1.16, or 2%, to $56.74 in after-hours trading. The stock fell $1.84, or 3.1%, in the regular session.

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