New study provides good results for Eli Lilly and Boehringer

Jardiance has shown good effect in a study of cardiovascular patients, Eli Lilly, which is developing the drug with Boehringer, reports.
Photo: Mike Blake/REUTERS / X00030
Photo: Mike Blake/REUTERS / X00030
BY RITZAU FINANS, TRANSLATED BY CATHERINE BRETT

Eli Lilly's diabetes pill Jardiance showed a 21 percent reduction in deaths and hospitalizations of adult patients with heart failure with preserved ejection fraction (HFpEF) compared to a placebo, the pharmaceutical company reported on Friday.

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