Lilly Hires PGx Consultancy Cabernet to Help Guide Drug Development | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - Eli Lilly has hired the pharmacogenetics consultancy firm Cabernet Pharmaceuticals to help it make PGx-guided drug development decisions.
“Under the agreement, Cabernet consultants will join clinical development teams at Lilly to assist in applying pharmacogenetics to selected development projects,” Cabernet and Lilly said in a statement.
However, both Cabernet and Lilly are keeping a tight lid on which specific drug programs they are applying PGx strategies.

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