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Where Will It End? Lilly’s US Price Concessions Increase 30% In 2016

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Eli Lilly recorded $7.69bn in rebates and discounts in the US in 2016 as pharmacy benefit managers demanded greater price concessions in crowded categories like diabetes.

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