| Eli Lilly and Company discovers, develops, manufactures, and markets products in a single business segment: human pharmaceutical products. Co.'s products include: diabetes products, oncology products, immunology products, neuroscience products, and other therapies. Co.'s diabetes products include: Baqsimi®, Basaglar®, Humalog®, Humulin®, Jardiance®, Lyumjev®, Trajenta®, and Trulicity®. Co.'s oncology products include: Alimta®, Cyramza®, Erbitux®, Retevmo®, Tyvyt®, and Verzenio®. Co.'s immunology products include: Olumiant® and Taltz®. Co.'s neuroscience products include: Cymbalta®, Emgality®, Reyvow®, and Zyprexa®. Co.'s other therapies include: Bamlanivimab, Cialis®, and Forteo®. |
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