Late stage research on Eli Lilly and Co.’s potential new type 2 diabetes medication dulaglutide shows it was better than two other drugs at lowering blood sugar levels. The drug company says it hopes to apply for approval from United States drug regulators next year, but the timing depends on the completion of Food and Drug Administration (FDA) requirements for an assessment of the drug’s cardiovascular risk. Eli Lilly reported that two injections of dulaglutide lowered blood sugar levels better than twice-daily injections of exenatide and the oral treatments metformin and sitagliptin. More details of the study that provided this ... Read More
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