ALK still has two horses in adrenaline race

ALK has two cards up its sleeve in its efforts to take shares of the adrenaline market. However, its in-house developed pen and partner Windgap's product may end up running heats for a spot in the final, as CEO Carsten Hellmann says they will "probably choose one at some point."

Carsten Hellmann, CEO of ALK | Photo: Gregers Tycho/Ritzau/Ritzau Scanpix

Allergy specialist firm ALK has still got two horses in the race to become the leading adrenaline pen distributor in the US.

Adrenaline pens are used to treat severe allergic reactions, also known as anaphylaxis, caused by allergies to things such as food substances or bee stings. In 2019, ALK, which is based in Copenhagen, entered into an alliance with Boston-based company Windgap, which is designing a next generation adrenaline pen.

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