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Lilly Bracing For Possible Medicare Non-Coverage Or CED Decision On Amyvid

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Lilly executives discuss likely outcomes of a pending CMS draft decision on Medicare coverage for the beta amyloid imaging agent Amyvid, emphasizing that a decision for non-coverage or coverage with evidence development would be a major setback for research and development in Alzheimer’s disease.

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