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Pharmaceutical Executive Magazine's 2013 Drug "Brand of the Year" Awarded to Leading Merck Diabetes Drug Januvia
Date:3/26/2013

#8211; despite the success of clinically effective medicines like Januvia, half of all diabetes patients still fail to complete the drug therapy recommended by their physician.  

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