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Novo Nordisk aims to submit hemophilia drug for approval this year

Phase III results have confirmed Novo Nordisk’s faith in concizumab, which treats hemophilia A and B, and the company is now expecting to submit the drug for regulatory approval in H2 2022.

One of Novo's potential hemophilia drugs has demonstrated the desired effects in a phase III trial, dubbed Explorer 7

Before the year is over, Novo Nordisk will have submitted hemophilia drug concizumab for review by regulatory authorities, the company reports in its first quarterly report for 2022 on Friday.

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