In recent months, the drugmaker has won federal approval to sell a drug called Emgality for two conditions: migraine pain and cluster headaches.
For a startup that has raised an eye-popping $71 million in just three years, Outpost Medicine LLC likes to keep a low profile. The young company, which is developing drugs for urinary and gastrointestinal disorders, is headquartered in small, unmarked space at the Parkwood Crossing office complex on East 96th Street. It has issued only a […]
The experimental drug eased arthritis pain in hard-to-treat patients without major safety concerns, a key step in creating a new class of medications that may one day offer an alternative to narcotics.
Eli Lilly and Co.’s stock jumped Thursday after midstage research on an experimental diabetes drug showed significant weight loss in patients. The news took a toll on shares of rival Novo Nordisk.
The competition for the multi-billion dollar migraine market is set to heat up with the FDA expected to decide on Lilly’s migraine therapy next month.
After decades of being starved of innovative treatments for serious conditions like cancer, diabetes and kidney disease, China’s 1.4 billion people are becoming a prime target for Eli Lilly and other pharmaceutical companies.
Dr. Dan Skovronsky needs to deliver on the drugmaker’s audacious goal of launching 20 new medicines by 2023.
An independent data-monitoring committee found that the medicine, lanabecestat, was unlikely to meet the goals of the studies, one for early Alzheimer’s and the other for mild dementia related to the disease.
New therapies that could cure diseases caused by defective genes will get quicker approval from U.S. regulators, part of an effort by the Food and Drug Administration to keep pace with one of biotechnology’s fastest-growing fields.
A $44 million VC infusion in 2017 for biosciences firm On Target Laboratories was one indication that Indiana’s life sciences sector is finally starting to pull down some serious venture funding.
A slimmed-down Eli Lilly and Co., thousands of employees lighter after its biggest restructuring in nearly a decade, is now looking high and low for deals to bulk up its drug pipeline.
The 5-year-old Carmel biotech has won plenty of attention from Wall Street and has secured more than $100 million through licensing deals and a stock offering to help fund expensive clinical trials.
The Food and Drug Administration wants to help patients get faster access to promising cancer treatments, FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb told House lawmakers Thursday.
The companies say the drug, now in late-stage clinical trials, could be more effective for pain treatment than opioids—a dangerous category of pain killers that includes hydrocodone, morphine and fentanyl—without the abuse potential of such medications.