Genmab-developed sclerosis treatment beats competition in small injector pen study

Following the approval of sclerosis drug Kesimpta, originally from Genmab, Novartis is positioning this drug against its competitors. New study shows patients' and health personnel's impression of the firm's special injector pen compared with treatments from Teva, Biogen and Merck.
Photo: Brian Snyder/Reuters/Ritzau Scanpix
Photo: Brian Snyder/Reuters/Ritzau Scanpix

Novartis has, in a recent study, examined sclerosis patients' impressions of the firm's autoinjector pens used to administer its medication.

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