Each week, we like to take a moment to boil down the biggest news from the most influential companies in the pharmaceuticals industry, and tell our viewers what that news means for you. We call that segment our Big Pharma Roundup.
In this week's installment, Brenton discusses a trial under way at Novo Nordisk with its drug Victoza. The drug is currently a blockbuster in the diabetes type 2 space, but NVO is testing higher dosages for use in obesity. In this video, he discusses whether this is important for other players in the obesity drug space.
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