Glenmark’s Remogliflozin Hopes To Shake Up Indian SGLT2i Market
Glenmark’s remogliflozin is priced about 50% lower than the other SGLT2 inhibitors in India and is expected to expand access to the class of drugs significantly. Early physician outlook for the new SGLT2 inhibitor appears encouraging.
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