Eli Lilly has recently begun dosing patients in the world’s first trial for treatment designed to attack SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19. This investigational treatment, referred to as LY-CoV555, is the first produced as a result of the collaboration between Lilly and AbCellera to create antibody therapies for the prevention and treatment of COVID-19. Scientists developed
Lilly have reported positive results from two Phase lll trials, PRONTO-T1D and PRONTO-T2D, which examined the safety and efficacy of Ultra Rapid Lispro (URLi) compared to insulin lispro to treat people with type 1 and type 2 diabetes. The trial met the primary efficacy endpoint of non-inferior A1C reduction from baseline compared to insulin lispro
Eli Lilly and Company (Lilly) has commenced the IXORA-R head-to-head (H2H) clinical trial to investigate the efficacy and safety of ixekizumab when compared to guselkumab to treat adult patients with moderate-to-severe plaque psoriasis. Roughly 960 patients are expected to be included in the 24-week, multicentre, randomised, blinded, parallel-group trial. The trial’s primary objective is the
Lilly is preparing to file data for its experimental breast cancer drug after it was found to reduce disease progression in a late-stage trial. Lilly reported interim data from Phase III Monarch 3 study showed that the addition of abemaciclib to treatment with an aromatase inhibitor in patients with HR+, HER2- advanced breast cancer significantly
Eli Lilly has announced that it will offer its insulin medication, at a 40% discount for eligible patients when purchased through the Blink Health app or website. Patients most likely to save on their purchase of insulin are those with no insurance or are in the deductible phase of their high-deductible insurance plans.
Lilly has recently announced their goal to expand global access to healthcare for 30 million people in resource-limited locations by 2030. The scheme, known as Lilly 30×30, is a new five-year, $90 million investment in the Lilly Global Health Partnership, to improve access to treatment for diabetes, cancer and tuberculosis. One half of the $90
Lilly is hoping to launch 20 new molecular entities in the 2014 to 2023 timeframe, backed up by two new indications or line extensions each year, throughout its core therapeutic categories of diabetes, immunology, oncology, neurodegeneration and pain.
In an unusual move, Eli Lilly has changed the endpoint of an ongoing Phase III trial that assess its experimental beta amyloid antibody solanezumab in patients with Alzheimer’s disease.
Eli Lilly and Boehringer Ingelheim’s Jardiance has become the first diabetes drug to show a significant reduction in cardiovascular deaths in a dedicated outcomes study. According to data* from the 7,000-plus patient trial EMPA-REG OUTCOME, Jardiance (empagliflozin) cut the risk of cardiovascular death by 38% when added to standard of care in type II diabetics
Results from three late-stage clinical trials have demonstrated that Eli Lilly’s diabetes drug, Peglispro, is more effective at reducing blood sugar in patients with type II diabetes than Sanofi’s Lantus. Yesterday, Eli Lilly confirmed that they are expecting to file for regulatory approval by the first quarter of 2015, after the Phase III clinical studies