Expert committee recommends new Novo Nordisk growth hormone for EU approval

Novo Nordisk has broken ground for marketing growth hormone somapacitan in the EU after EMA expert panel CHMP adopts positive opinion of the treatment.

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Just under five months after Novo Nordisk secured a US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval for sending the once-weekly growth hormone Sogroya on the market the European Medicines Agency (EMA) also announces their positive assessment of the treatment.

At the Committee for Medicinal Products for Human use meeting in January, the group of experts passed an EMA recommendation to issue a marketing authorization for the drug as a treatment for adults.

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