Diabetes Leaders Lilly, Sanofi Give A Glimpse Of GLP-1 Strategy
This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily
Sanofi and Lilly, latecomers to the rising class of GLP-1 diabetes drugs, may not have much to differentiate their drugs from other offerings. But at investor forums at the American Diabetes Association meeting, they highlighted some possibilities, including hypertension data and combination therapies.
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