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Trade Pact War: Generic Stakeholders Push For Changes To US-Mexico-Canada Deal, Seek FDA Intervention

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AAM wants Orange Book-like registry of patents and exclusivities, Bolar and "best mode" provisions; consulting group urges FDA to step in and ensure the trade pact does not benefit originators over generic/biosimilar makers.

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