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GSK Highlights Easy Pen Delivery Of Albiglutide As FDA Begins Review

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The GLP-1 class is set for huge growth in the diabetes market, but competition is going to be tough. GlaxoSmithKline explains why its newly submitted once-weekly GLP-1 agonist albiglutide has what it takes to succeed.

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