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Lilly Cymbalta Approval Timeline In Doubt After Delay In Second NDA

Executive Summary

Lilly's plans to launch Cymbalta at the start of 2004 appear to hinge on the company's ability to convince FDA that the drug interaction issues delaying approval of duloxetine for incontinence should not hold up availability of the drug for depression

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