Lilly’s Tirzepatide Effective, But Tolerability Still A Limitation
Drug Reduces A1C, Weight In Diabetes
Tirzepatide’s efficacy seems to outweigh tolerability concerns at the lower doses, but the highest dose may be relegated to niche use.
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