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Zealand Pharma enters US partnership over pump system

Biotech company Zealand Pharma has gained access to an infusion pump from the US-based Deka, which will be used with the drug dasiglucagon for the treatment of severe low blood sugar. Zealand Pharma is also granted worldwide exclusive rights for the pump in combination with the drug.

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Zealand Pharma and Deka Research & Development have partnered up to developed an infusion pump system, which will include the drug dasiglucagon, meant to treat patients with congenital hyperinsulinism (CHI), which is severe and persistent low blood sugar, Zealand Pharma reports in a press release.

Hyperinsulinism is a genetic disorder that causes improper levels of blood sugar due to abnormally high insulin amounts in the body.

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