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February 9, 2007

More Lilly Efforts to Obscure Internal Docs

Our daily commentary yesterday was an op-ed from the LA Times about a settlement with drug company Eli Lilly in which the plaintiffs agreed to help the company obscure evidence that could help have helped future plaintiffs like them.

The author does a pretty good run-down of how this evidence was first hidden, then uncovered through a lawsuit, then hidden again, and then revealed through a new lawsuit. But I wanted to point readers to reporting we did recently on even-less-publicized efforts by Eli Lilly to hide documents showing possible wrong-doing from the public. Check it out: Wiki Writer Goes to Court Over Freedom to Link.



A keyword search (web index and news) of Eli Lilly's Zyprexa shows about 80% negative pages.The doctors at my own clinic stopped dispensing zyprexa except as a PRN in acute cases only.

I started my counter zyprexa crusade (for causing my diabetes) 10 months ago and have 25,000 pages up.

No way Lilly can cover this up anymore.~Daniel Haszard

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