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Lilly Math: Subtracting Employees And Animal Health Equals Pharma Growth

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Lilly is cutting 3,500 jobs and may spin out or divest its animal health business to support pharma growth as sales of new medicines contributed significant revenue in the third quarter, but price increases were needed to offset falling demand for mature products.

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