Chinese authorities approve seasoned Novo Nordisk combination treatment

A 2022 New Year's resolution for Novo Nordisk will be to launch the combination treatment type 2 diabetes, Xultophy, in China, a goal made possible by the national authority's approval of the seven-year-old drug.

The treatment Xultophy, which combines Novo Nordisk's long-acting insulin Tresiba with the GLP-1 analog Victoza, is now headed to the Chinese market.

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