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Is Anemic Growth Sending Novo Nordisk After Global Blood Therapeutics?

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Once high-flying Novo Nordisk has been sending out M&A signals as it seeks a solution to weak growth, so analysts aren't surprised to see the Danish diabetes giant stalking US-based Global Blood Therapeutics.

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