Zealand Pharma will soon launch first drug

Analyst estimates that Zealand Pharma's recently approved rescue pen Zegalogue can generate billion-kroner income for the Danish biotech company, which is getting ready to take the treatment to market.

Zealand Pharma President & CEO Emmanuel Dulac | Photo: Stine Bidstrup/ERH

It won't be long before Zealand Pharma sends a drug on the market for the first time. Analysts deem that this might generate a billion-kroner income, according to Danish newspaper Børsen.

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