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Zyprexa Reduced Hospitalization Rate In CATIE Study Is Key For Payors, Lilly Says

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U.S. sales of the antipsychotic fell 10% in the third quarter; CATIE trial results will not boost Zyprexa sales "overnight," COO Lechleiter says.

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