FDA ‘Monster’ Patent Reg: Brands, Generics Each Want More Options To Pick Fights
PhRMA is concerned about the agency giving deference to generic sponsors in patent use code disputes, while GPhA wants a mechanism to challenge refuse-to-receive letters.
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