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Exclusive Drug Patent Licensing Deals Face New Scrutiny By FTC/DOJ

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The Federal Trade Commission finalized a proposed rule that requires pharma companies to report certain transactions transferring exclusive patent rights; PhRMA says annual costs will go far beyond FTC’s $1.2 million estimate.

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