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Manufacturing Woes Result In “Complete Response” For Lilly’s Empagliflozin

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Some analysts expect it could take six months to resolve problems at partner Boehringer Ingelheim’s German manufacturing site, where the SGLT-2 inhibitor is made. Lilly says the European filing is not affected.

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