Novo Nordisk Report Submission of label Expansion Application to US FDA’s for Ozempic (semaglutide) for T2D

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  • The approval is based on SUSTAIN FORTE trial assessing Ozempic (2.0mg, qw) vs Ozempic (1.0mg) in 961 people with T2D in need of treatment intensification
  • Result: 2.0 mg dose achieved significant and superior reduction in HbA1c, both doses are safe and well-tolerated profiles
  • Ozempic is a glucagon-like peptide-1 (GLP-1) analogue and is currently approved in the US for 0.5 mg and 1.0 mg doses to treat T2D in adults and to reduce the risk of MACE in adults with T2D mellitus and established CV disease

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Teladoc Health and Dexcom Offers CGM-Powered Insight for T2D

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  • The companies reported that joint Livongo for diabetes and dexcom members will now receive CGM-powered insights that enables members to easily visualize their health information and understand how lifestyle decisions affect their blood glucose levels
  • In Oct’2020, Teldoc merges with Livongo while in Jan’2020 Dexcom collaborated with Livongo to integrate Dexcom’s G6 CGM system into Livongo’s applied health signals platform
  • Both the companies will launch a pilot demonstrating the impact of CGM-powered insights for people with T2D, with a broader launch across 2021

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Novo Nordisk Reports Submission of Label Extension Application to the EMA for Semaglutide (once weekly, 2.0 mg) for T2D

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  • The submission is based on SUSTAIN FORTE trial assessing Ozempic (2.0mg, qw) vs Ozempic (1.0mg) in 961 people with T2D in need of treatment intensification
  • Result: 2.0 mg of dose achieved significant and superior reduction in HbA1c @40wks., both the doses are safe and well-tolerated
  • Ozempic is a glucagon-like peptide-1 (GLP-1) analogue and is currently approved in the EU for 0.5 mg and 1.0 mg doses to treat T2D in adults

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