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As demonstrated by VERIFY study:

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  • Hypoglycemia and adverse event were not significantly increased with early initiation of Galvus Met vs metformin monotherapy1
  • Endorsed by ADA 2020 Guideline: Early treatment combination therapy can be considered at treatment initiation to extend the time to treatment failure in some patients2

 
References:
1) Matthews DR et al. Lancet. 2019;394:1519-1529;
2) American Diabetes Association. (2020). 7. Diabetes Technology: Standards of Medical Care in Diabetes-2020.Diabetes Care,43(Supplement 1), S77-S88.
3) Prescribing information available at https://www.novartis.com.my/product-list-v2/products?sort_bef_combine=title+ASC&sort_bef_combine=title+ASC&combine=galvus+met

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