Eli Lilly said the Food and Drug Administration agreed to a quick review for its obesity drug, Mounjaro. The company now plans to submit data on a rolling basis this year and expects more data early next year. (Reuters)

Juul is set to cancel its overseas expansion and trim jobs as the company considers filing for bankruptcy. The vaping company has also recently completed a refinancing of its secured debt, which buys the closely held company more time to explore longer-term options, per people familiar with the matter. (The Wall Street Journal)

Lebanon recorded its first cholera case since 1993, days after the World Health Organization requested cholera vaccines to combat an outbreak in Haiti. Officials said that the case was recorded on Oct. 5 in the rural northern region of Akkar and that the patient was receiving treatment and in stable condition. (KELO)

COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations climbed again in England. The number of suspected outbreaks increased 61% last week, while the hospital admission rate climbed 45% to 10.83 per 100,000 population, the UK Health Security Agency said on Thursday. (Bloomberg)

Dr. Peter Salk, son of polio vaccine inventor Jonas Salk, warned that the recent New York case is a ‘wake-up call.’ He said his father “would have a lot to say” as local and state health officials ramp up efforts to get the public immunized in the state of New York. (NBC San Diego)