No biopharma company has suffered as many clinical setbacks in Alzheimer’s drug research as Eli Lilly. But that hasn’t stopped the pharma giant from driving back toward the clinic with a deal worth close to $2 billion for a portfolio of preclinical tau aggregation inhibitors.
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