Sanofi’s Toujeo Is Approved, Now The Hard Part: Commercialization
This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily
Sanofi’s next-generation long-acting insulin will compete against an entrenched rival, the company’s own Lantus – a challenging proposition for any drug marketer, especially in the increasingly cost-conscious diabetes sector.
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