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New supplies of Shionogi's antiviral Xofluza will be used to boost Japan's national stocks of flu therapeutics, along with others including Tamiflu and Relenza, to increase preparedness for new viral strains. While resistance concerns for Xofluza appear to be reducing, local experts supported the decision on condition use is limited to those under 12 years of age.
Teva’s counsel notes a key factor in the jury's finding that Gilead’s patent settlement with Teva did not include a reverse payment to delay entry of Truvada and Atripla generics. A second trial will proceed on claims a collaboration agreement between Gilead and Janssen was anticompetitive.
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