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Lilly Gets Second EUA, For Baricitinib In COVID-19 Patients

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Weeks after FDA authorized emergency use of its antibody bamlanivimab, Lilly’s RA drug Olumiant can be used to shorten recovery time for hospitalized COVID-19 patients in the US. Authorizations are being pursued elsewhere as well.

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