Standing On The Shoulders Of Giants: Could Arecor Enter The Race To Revolutionize Diabetes?
A small Cambridge, UK-based company, which is more at home partnering with the pharma industry than competing with it, is readying its run into the diabetes space with its ultra-rapid acting insulin. Scrip talked to its CEO to about the company’s biggest year yet.
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