Lilly Looks To Emgality Access, Injector And Data To Differentiate Its CGRP Inhibitor
The three US FDA-approved anti-CGRP antibodies for migraine prevention have similar efficacy and matching prices, but Lilly thinks access to Emgality – including through value-based arrangements – along with the biologic's ease of use and headache-free data will differentiate the product.
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