Novo Nordisk Will Eat Itself In Obesity
The Danish diabetes specialist is forging ahead with pivotal trials for its latest GLP-1 offering semaglutide in obesity after highly impressive Phase II efficacy data, but is likely to take the biggest market share from its own product, Saxenda.
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