Novo Nordisk expands research collaboration to develop hemophilia drug

Collaborations between Novo Nordisk and US-based biotech firm 2Seventy Bio, spun off from Bluebird Bio, have expanded to include the development of a treatment for bleeding disorder hemophilia A.

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Under the banner of a joint research and development, Novo Nordisk and US-based biotech firm 2Seventy Bio will develop a drug candidate for genetic bleeding disorder hemophilia A, reports a press release from 2Seventy Bio.

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