Eli Lilly seals $1bn genetics deal
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Global healthcare provider Eli Lilly has agreed to buy Dermira, a biopharmaceutical company, for $1.1 billion, giving it access to a late-stage atopic dermatitis drug and allowing it to challenge Sanofi’s already fully-licenced dupilumab.
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