Advancing Medical Innovation

In 1900, the average expectancy was 47 years. Today it's 77. There's no more dramatic example of the power of medical innovation. It's not only saving lives, but it's completely changing life experiences. On September 13, Lilly is sponsoring "Advancing Medical Innovation" -- a Washington Post Live event that will address the next critical challenges in the treatment of human health. From diabetes to Alzheimer's disease, amazing advancements are improving lives globally. Follow the live stream to learn more about our future challenges.


Medical Innovation Takes 10+ Years



Source: PhRMA  

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