US hospital sales of Novo Nordisk's hemophilia drug dropped in December

In December, Novo Nordisk's hemophilia treatment Novoseven sold less to US hospitals, shows data collected by Symphony Health Solutions.

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Hospitals sales from Novo Nordisk's hemophilia drug Novoseven dropped 4.3 percent in December when calculated over a four-month period and compared with a similar period leading up to November, which data from Symphony Health Solutions shows, according to Bloomberg News.

In total, Novoseven sold for USD 35.6m over 22 trade days in December, whereas the concurrent amount over 19 trade days in November was USD 33.8m.

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