WHO adds Novo Nordisk insulin to essential medicine lists

Two of Novo Nordisk's diabetes treatments have been put on the lists of essential medicines, which is curated by the World Health Organization and comprises of medicines the organization thinks should be available and affordable for patients across the globe.
Photo: Mads Nissen
Photo: Mads Nissen
BY ULRICH QUISTGAARD, TRANSLATED BY DANIEL PEDERSEN

An expert committee of the World Health Organization (WHO) has expanded its lists of drugs that all patients around the globe ought to be able to receive with 20 treatments for adults and 17 for children, according to the medical media Healio.

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