Third Quarter Earnings Briefs: Lilly, Bristol, Shire, Biomarin, Alexion
Lilly lowers expectations for Cymbalta; Celgene’s Abraxane continues with strong sales; Bristol touts the potential of Eliquis and Bydureon, despite slow sales; Ornskov discusses One Shire plan; BioMarin readies fifth compound for the clinic, and more.
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