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Eli Lilly has agreed to pay around $1.1 billion cash to buy Dermira, a biopharma focused on developing therapies for chronic skin conditions. The acquisition will add lebrikizumab to Lilly’s immunology pipeline as well as Qbrexza to its portfolio of dermatology medicines.
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