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No Break For Sanofi: Seals Another Diabetes Deal

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Having just secured a deal with Hanmi Pharmaceutical for its long-acting diabetes products, Sanofi has wasted no time in boosting its diabetes franchise again, by entering into an agreement with Lexicon Pharmaceuticals for sotagliflozin.

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