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Eli Lilly to Pay $13.5M to Settle Class Action Insulin Lawsuit

Eli Lilly has agreed to pay $13.5 million to end a six-year, class-action lawsuit that alleged the company overpriced its insulin.

As part of the settlement, which was recorded in a federal district court in New Jersey, Lilly has agreed to cap out-of-pocket costs for its insulin at $35 per month for four years.

The deal comes three months after the company said it would slash price of the type 1 diabetes treatment to the same level to “make it easier to access Lilly insulin and help Americans who may have difficulty navigating a complex healthcare system.”


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