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India Case Study: Novartis’ Galvus Inches Closer To Merck’s Januvia As Battle For Brand Supremacy Rages On

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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Three years after Novartis and MSD launched their DPP-4 inhibitors in India, PharmAsia News takes a closer look at who will come out on top.

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