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Lilly Preps Abemaciclib To Take On Ibrance; Differentiation Still A Question

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The CDK4/6 inhibitor showed progression-free survival in patients with breast cancer in an interim analysis, and Lilly plans to begin global regulatory submissions for the drug in the second quarter.

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