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Lilly Advances IL-23, Gastroenterology Ambitions With Mirikizumab In Crohn's Disease

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The company reported positive Phase II results and will move its potential fourth-to-market IL-23 inhibitor into Phase III in Crohn's disease later this year. Mirikizumab – in Phase III for psoriasis and ulcerative colitis – may be the second IL-23 drug for an IBD indication.

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