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Teva/Ranbaxy launch Accupril generic

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Teva/Ranbaxy launch first generic version of Pfizer's Accupril (quinapril) Dec. 15 following FDA approval of Ranbaxy's ANDA. The generic is being manufactured by Ranbaxy, with Teva handling distribution and marketing pursuant to an exclusive supply agreement between the companies. Teva relinquished its 180-day exclusivity, allowing FDA to approve Ranbaxy's ANDA; five other companies hold tentative ANDA approval. Court rulings finding Teva's ANDA infringed a valid Pfizer patent prevented Teva from bringing its own generic to market (1"The Pink Sheet" July 5, 2004, p. 11)...

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