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Novo Nordisk acquires Dicerna for USD 3.3bn

Novo Nordisk is acquiring the US-based biotech business Dicerna for USD 3.3bn. The two companies are already collaborating within NASH, type 2 diabetes and obesity, in addition to rare diseases.

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On Thursday, Novo Nordisk announces in a press release that it is acquiring the US-based firm Dicerna, which has been a frequent collaborator of the Danish pharmaceutical company since 2019.

According to Novo Nordisk, the price tag reads around USD 3.3bn.

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