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Lilly CEO Calls for Improved Dialogue in Germany Between Industry and the Government and Health Care System
Date:7/7/2011

eting with government officials, members of parliament, and regulators to make a case for greater dialogue and trust between industry and health care regulators.  "For companies like Lilly to make the enormous investments necessary to develop new medicines, we need predictability and certainty in the regulatory process that will determine whether or not those medicines will ever reach patients.  We in industry are prepared to work with regulators to help define clear, transparent, and workable approaches to regulation, and we want to work in the same way with health care policy makers to lay out the process that determines the value of innovation."

"We're on the same side in this fight.  We have a common enemy – disease, disability, and premature death," said Lechleiter.  "And we have a common interest in the only means by which our health system can help more people live longer and healthier within constrained budgets – and that's innovation."

"I know I speak for colleagues in the biopharmaceutical industry when I say that we seek a regular, open, and structured dialogue in Germany with the government and the health care system," Lechleiter concluded.

About Lilly's presence in Germany

Germany is one of Lilly's most important markets.  Last year the company celebrated its 50th anniversary in Germany, and its presence in the country spans the full spectrum of its business with nearly 1,000 employees.  Lilly's German headquarters are in Bad Homburg and it packages and distributes Lilly products to more than 90 countries in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa from its manufacturing facility in Giessen.  The company is currently conducting more than 120 clinical trials in the country alone, involving more than 14,000 patients and testing 26 potential new medicines.  Heidelberg is the international development base for Lilly's subsidiary ImClone Systems, focused on development of new
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