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Archive for Sunday, December 9, 2001

Drugs flowing through Eli Lilly’s pipeline

December 9, 2001

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— Here are the eight Eli Lilly and Co. drugs the firm hopes to launch by the end of 2004, pending regulatory approval, with expected launch dates:

Forteo: A bone-building agent to reverse osteoporosis. 2002.

Cialis: Developed jointly with Bothell, Wash.-based ICOS Corp. to treat male erectile dysfunction. Late 2002.

Atomexetine: A nonstimulant to treat attention- deficit disorder in children. Late 2002.

Duloxetine: For depression. Late 2002.

Olanzipine and Fluoxetine combination: For treatment-resistant depression and psychotic depression. Submission for regulatory approval expected as early as 2002.

Alimta: For treatment of mesothelioma, a rare lung cancer linked to asbestos exposure. Submission for approval expected mid-2002.

Duloxetine: For stress urinary incontinence. Submission for approval late 2002.

PKC beta inhibitor: For treatment of diabetic macular edema and diabetic retinopathy, the leading cause of blindness in people under the age of 65. Submission for approval 2003.

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