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Lilly says with new data, it will seek another approval for Cyramza next year

Eli Lilly has harbored big hopes for its newly approved cancer fighter Cyramza. It expects it to get a string approvals, and with new data in hand, it said it will go to the FDA with an application for colon cancer in the first half of next year.

As America's diabetes problem grows, so do prices on Lilly's Humulin

Since 2007, the wholesale cost for a one-month supply of insulin product Humulin has gone from about $220 to approximately $1,200, MedPage Today reports.

Cyramza, key to Lilly's oncology hopes, comes through in colorectal cancer

Eli Lilly's Cyramza (ramucirumab) met its primary endpoint in a study on metastatic colorectal cancer, good news for a key cog in the drugmaker's plans to capitalize on oncology.

Lilly and Boehringer snag EU nod for Lantus knockoff, but stateside hopes stay on ice

Eli Lilly and Boehringer Ingelheim won European clearance for their biosimilar of Lantus, Sanofi's top-selling insulin product, but the treatment's full potential remains hamstrung by a U.S. patent challenge.

Lilly funds lawsuit over CMS Amyvid rejection

Eli Lilly's Alzheimer's imaging agent, Amyvid, can't get very far sales-wise without coverage from the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS). And as per a September decision, that's something it doesn't have. Now, however, it's fighting back, funding litigation it couldn't file itself.

Lilly claims another head-to-head victory over Lantus in PhIII diabetes showdown

Eli Lilly took another big step toward filing its long-acting insulin peglispro for an approval, racking up some more positive HbA1c Phase III data in a head-to-head showdown with Sanofi's bestselling Lantus.

EU sets early Oct. deadline for Eli Lilly's $5.4B bid for Novartis

European Union regulators have set an Oct. 3 deadline for approving or denying Eli Lilly's $5.4 billion bid for the animal health business of Switzerland's Novartis.

Takeda and Lilly remain on the hook for $9B Actos award

Legal experts have insisted there is no way that a $9 billion punitive damage award against Takeda Pharmaceutical and Eli Lilly for hiding Actos risks can stand. But the two companies are still sweating that one out after a federal judge refused to throw out the verdict and its mammoth award on Thursday.

Biotech upstart Dezima will take on Merck and Lilly in PhIII CETP showdown

In one of the most improbable rivalries in the drug development world, tiny Dutch biotech Dezima today laid claim to a successful Phase IIb study of its CETP cholesterol drug TA-8995, putting it on track to a 2015 launch for a Phase III showdown with two giants in the field, Eli Lilly and Merck.

Cost watchdogs bar Boehringer, Lilly's diabetes med Jardiance--for now

Just as Eli Lilly and Boehringer Ingelheim's new diabetes drug Jardiance hit store shelves in the U.S., cost-effectiveness watchdogs in the U.K. were considering whether to give it their blessing. The verdict as of Thursday morning? Nay.