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Novo Nordisk CSO: Hemophilia Treatment ‘Segmenting’ Much Like In Diabetes

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Novo Nodisk's CSO says FDA approval of extended half-life Factor VIII Esperoct treatment for people with hemophilia A will give more choice to those patients and "effectively completes" the Danish group's hitherto R&D efforts based on clotting factor deficiencies. 

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