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J&J's Invokana Slows CKD Progression In Diabetes

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Positive top-line efficacy data from the CREDENCE study suggest the SGLT2 inhibitor slows the progress of chronic kidney disease in type 2 diabetics, a finding which may eventually have a positive effect on the sales performance of the diabetic therapy.

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