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Novo Nordisk spies great hemophilia opportunities with partner Genmab

Pharmaceutical firm Novo Nordisk is expecting to send a new hemophilia drug to the market in 2025. It might end up being one of the best, according to Novo exec Martin Holst Lange.

Martin Holst Lange, executive vice president of development at Novo Nordisk | Photo: Novo Nordisk / PR

Novo Nordisk’s lucrative biopharma arm has stopped hemorrhaging, but growth is still a way away following years of this being the status quo. The hemophilia treatment Mim8 could speed up this process.

”It is more potent than other drugs, including Hemlibra. That means it could potentially be given in smaller volumes in better devices,” says Martin Holst Lange, executive vice president of development at Novo Nordisk.

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