Novo Nordisk predicts period of "different" growth when semaglutide patents expire

The pharmaceutical company's growth profile will change when patents concerning the GLP-1 molecule semaglutide run out, says CEO at Novo Nordisk Lars Fruergaard Jørgensen.

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When patents related to Novo Nordisk's bestselling GLP-1 molecule, semaglutide, expire, it might affect the company's growth, CEO at Novo Nordisk Lars Fruergaard Jørgensen tells Danish business daily Børsen.

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