Lately, it seems like people are talking about Eli Lilly and their insulin pricing. After being called out on Twitter, CEO David Ricks finally admitted that maybe, just maybe, his company's insulin pricing could be lower. In the wake of a false tweet about free insulin sending Twitter into a frenzy, Rick defended his company but conceded that there is more work to do to bring down the cost of this life-saving drug for more people.
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After being called out on Twitter, Eli Lilly CEO David Ricks finally admits that maybe, just maybe, his company's insulin pricing could be lower.