A Mexican partner of the Danish biotech company Saniona has been approved to undertake a phase III study of the candidate drug tesofensine for treating obesity. CEO Jørgen Drejer describes this as the “most important milestone” since the company's beginning in April 2012.
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The world’s largest hearing device dealer, Amplifon, expresses concern over the entry into the retail market of manufacturers such as William Demant. GN Resound, on the other hand, receives praise and is expected to form even closer ties to its Italian collaborator.
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