Novo advances third business leg with Ventus deal, says analyst

According to a Sydbank analyst, the recent agreement with Ventus is a sign that Novo Nordisk is betting on a newer area, chronic diseases.

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Novo Nordisk, known for making medicines for diabetes and bleeding disorders, has continued its foray into chronic diseases by striking an agreement with Ventus Therapeutics, a US-based biotech focused on using small molecules to treat challenging targets.

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