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Patent Use Codes For Brands Can Be Challenged By Generics, Supreme Court Rules

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The high court says the Hatch-Waxman Act did not intend for one patented use of a drug to prevent the marketing of a generic for unpatented uses; Justice Sotomayor criticizes FDA for not providing clearer direction to brand manufacturers about what to include in their use codes.

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