Under 20% Of Japan Non-Specialist Physicians Want To Try New Diabetes Drugs
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
While 45% of specialist doctors in Japan want to try novel mechanism drugs used for the treatment of diabetes, there is less enthusiasm in the non-specialist sector, where only 18% want to do so, according to a new survey.
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