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Kodak Lands $765 Million US Loan in Start of Medical Supply Chain Fix


Eastman Kodak Co. has won a $765 million government loan under the Defense Production Act, the first of its kind.


The purpose: to help expedite domestic production of drugs that can treat a variety of medical conditions and loosen the U.S. reliance on foreign sources.


The onetime leader in photography sales is gearing up to produce ingredients for generic drugs, including the antimalarial drug hydroxychloroquine that President Trump has touted in the treatment of coronavirus.


Meanwhile, the U.S. is aiming to shift from relying...


It’s far from business as usual at the Indianapolis headquarters of Eli Lilly, with only a sixth of the pharma company’s employees working on-site to develop potential Covid-19 treatments.


WSJ’s Peter Loftus takes us inside.






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