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Novo Nordisk creates new RNA and gene therapy unit

Novo Nordisk is establishing a new technology area for RNA and gene therapy with the aim of investigating new treatments across the company's platform.

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Novo Nordisk is now seriously beginning to dedicate time and resources to finding new treatment options within RNA and gene therapies, informs Senior Vice President of Global Research Technologies at Novo Nordisk Lars Fogh Iversen in a statement on Linkedin.

The company has decided to create a new technology area to focus on RNA and gene therapy, which will be anchored in the Global Research Technologies division.

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