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Walmart Partners With Novo Nordisk To Launch US Private-Label Insulin

Company Launches Insulin Aspart And FlexPens As Interchangeable Biosimilars Loom

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Walmart, the famous American multinational retailer, has launched what it is billing as the “first and only” private brand analog insulin, under the company’s brand ReliOn, in partnership with Novo Nordisk. The firm is offering ReliOn NovoLog (insulin aspart) vials and FlexPen in its pharmacies immediately. 

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