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Diabetes Delivers China Strength For Merck

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Merck & Co reported continued good growth in China in the second quarter, helped in large part by its diabetes franchise, and the company is looking to further strengthen its presence in this market through disease awareness efforts and a major recently inaugurated R&D center.

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