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Barr/AstraZeneca tamoxifen antitrust suit dismissed

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AstraZeneca and Barr "authorized generic" agreement for breast cancer agent Nolvadex did not violate antitrust laws, Brooklyn, N.Y. federal judge rules. Complaints from consumers and third-party payors argued that 1993 agreement under which Barr marketed generic tamoxifen until August 2002 kept other generics off market. Judge's ruling dismisses all state and federal claims. A prior Justice Department investigation into settlement was closed without action (1"The Pink Sheet" Sept. 3, 2001, p. 20)...

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