Lilly Prices Olumiant For JAK Battle, But Misses Approval For Higher Dose
Lilly priced its now-approved Olumiant (baricitinib) to fight for US market share versus well-known rheumatoid arthritis therapies, undercutting Humira by 60% and Pfizer's established JAK inhibitor Xeljanz by 50%.
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