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Novo Nordisk Committed To Advancing In Cardiovascular

As Ziltivekimab Shows Promise

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The Danish major’s head of development tells Scrip that as cardiovascular disease is very closely related to obesity and diabetes, Novo Nordisk has the expertise to thrive in the former.

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