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Celebrex Generics: Will Any Qualify For 180-Day Market Exclusivity?

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Last patent covering Pfizer’s pain drug is a reissue of an earlier patent on which 180-day exclusivity has already been triggered; FDA has previously declined to award exclusivity to such patents.

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