Lilly To Give High-Risk Alzheimer’s Drug “Every Chance,” Lechleiter Says At JP Morgan
This article was originally published in Pharmaceutical Approvals Monthly
Lilly is relying heavily on biomarkers to help its Alzheimer’s disease-modifying drug solanezumab progress, executives tell a crowd of analysts at JP Morgan. Though the project is high risk, Lechleiter pointed to the company’s full pipeline and success of diabetes portfolio as signs of Lilly’s momentum.
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