Bydureon fails to outperform Victoza in diabetes study

03/3/2011 | Bloomberg

Alkermes and Amylin Pharmaceuticals' once-weekly injectable Bydureon failed during a study to outperform or match Novo Nordisk's FDA-approved Victoza, a once-daily injection, in lowering the level of blood sugar in Type 2 diabetics. "We didn't hit the primary endpoint, but the results do actually reinforce the fact that [Bydureon] has a very robust effect," said Amylin CEO Dan Bradbury.

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