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Novo Nordisk Says More To Victoza Outcomes Benefit Than A GLP-1 Class Effect

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Novo Nordisk's ESC satellite symposium on heels of FDA approval of CV event prevention claim for Victoza highlights differences compared to Sanofi's competing Lyxumia, which failed an outcomes study.

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