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Eli Lilly is trimming its osteoporosis, diabetes and neurosciences sales forces by a total of 191 jobs as part of a restructuring plan announced in September, Indianapolis Business Journal reports. The company intends to lay off 5,500 by 2011 in an effort to soften the blow when Zyprexa, which has $4.7 billion in global sales, goes off patent the same year.
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