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December 20, 2012

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RD Legal Funding

This could be the start of some bad occurrences for Eli Lilly. Shareholders are not going to take the actions of bribery very kindly. Especially when it puts in jeopardy profits and the company's well being. This could result in a lawsuit by shareholders against the company.

Mindano Iha

With the widespread corruption on all levels in the pharmaceutical industry it may be deduced that their products cannot be trusted.

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