Eli Lilly considers copying Novo Nordisk's semaglutide branding strategy

Novo Nordisk branded the GLP-1 analog, semaglutide, under different names for respective treatments of obesity and diabetes. Now, Eli Lilly is chewing over a similar move for tirzepatide.

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Novo Nordisk has a history of marketing drugs under different names for treatments of obesity and diabetes, respectively. Novo Nordisk's biggest competitor, Eli Lilly, is now pondering a similar move, writes industry media Fiercepharma.

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