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Crestor ANDAs May Seek Approval For Unpatented Uses, Appeals Court Rules

Executive Summary

The Federal Circuit ruled that AstraZeneca cannot claim infringement of unpatented uses of rosuvastatin; the court affirmed the validity of section viii labeling carve-outs.

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