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Sanofi Joins Google’s Verily In Diabetes Venture

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Sanofi’s diabetes head says French drug maker’s joint-venture pact with Google’s Verily will combine novel therapies for the condition with cutting edge technologies to produce better focused, outcome-based combinations.

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