Novo Nordisk aims for three new Dicerna drug candidates a year

Novo Nordisk’s ambition with the acquisition of Dicerna is to start three clinical studies a year, says Chief Scientific Officer Marcus Schindler at the company’s capital markets day.


In fall of last year, Danish pharmaceutical firm Novo Nordisk acquired US-based Dicerna for USD 3.3bn. The purchase will bring in several drug candidates annually, says Marcus Schindler, chief scientific officer at Novo Nordisk, at the company’s capital markets day on Thursday.

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