Novo Nordisk could lose millions on discount dispute in US
The first round of a legal strife with US authorities concerning drug discounts for vulnerable Americans did not end favorably for Novo Nordisk. If the Danish giant keeps losing, the case could end up costing DKK 2bn (USD 307.3m) in lost revenue.
by benjamin werner christensen, translated by daniel pedersen
A strife concerning drugs for vulnerable or uninsured Americans could end up costing Danish pharmaceutical giant Novo Nordisk many millions of dollars.
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