Eli Lilly to Sell Baqsimi to Amphastar for ~$1B

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Eli Lilly to Sell Baqsimi to Amphastar for ~$1B


  • Lilly will receive $500M in cash at closing, ~$125M upon 1yr. anniversary of closing, ~$450M in additional sales-based milestones, based on annual sales of $175M & $200M and total net sales over 5yr. of $950M. The transaction is expected to close in Q3’23
  • Lilly will be responsible for the development, manufacture & commercialization of Baqsimi. Amphastar will provide commercial investment for Baqsimi to help more insulin users be prepared with a glucagon rescue treatment for sev. hypoglycemia
  • The acquisition of Baqsimi will integrate Amphastar’s strategic vision to expand its proprietary products & enhance its diabetes portfolio. Baqsimi is the first nasally administered glucagon for sev. hypoglycemia in diabetes patients & is available in 27 international markets

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