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Sanofi's diabetes business shrinks again

Last year's stockpiling due to the covid-19 outbreak has had a severe impact on Sanofi's diabetes business in the first quarter of the year. The French pharmaceutical company has been forced to admit that this business leg has shrunk once again.

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