Questions Persist On Lilly’s Tirzepatide And Tolerability
Concerns about gastrointestinal tolerability continue to weigh on Lilly’s tirzepatide, despite improvements seen in a Phase II dose-escalation study. Lilly believes the adverse events are manageable.
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