Bank predicts double blockbuster status for Novo obesity drug next year

Novo Nordisk's weight loss drug Wegovy could be heading for double blockbuster status as soon as next year, according to an analysis by Danske Bank, which has almost doubled its previous expectations for the medicine.

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The obesity drug Wegovy, developed by Novo Nordisk, could reach double blockbuster status as soon as next year, estimates an analysis from Danske Bank, reports media PLX.AI.

A blockbuster drug is industry terminology for a drug exceeding USD 1bn in sales annually. This latest estimation from Danske Bank is almost twice its earlier expectations for the medicine.

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