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INTERVIEW: Novo Downplays Afrezza, Pins Hopes On Oral Pipeline

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

Executive Summary

Novo Nordisk appears not to be worried about any market impact from Afrezza, MannKind’s recently approved inhalable insulin. In an exclusive interview in Copenhagen, the Danish company’s leadership told PharmAsia News that it had taken sufficient steps to maintain its stronghold on the global insulin market.

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