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J&J Gains FDA OK For First-In-Class Type 2 Diabetes Drug Invokana

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J&J is the first pharma company to bring an SGLT2 inhibitor to market, but its window of exclusivity in that class may be narrow, given that FDA is slated to assess two other SGLT2s later this year.

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