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Melior, Bukwang Seek Diabetes Edge With Novel Insulin Sensitizer

Executive Summary

MLR-1023, a repositioned oral compound being developed for type 2 diabetes by Melior and Bukwang, is set to move into Phase IIb in the US and South Korea, and the firms are looking to its novel mechanism of action, improved tolerability and efficacy to carve a niche in a highly competitive sector.

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