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Generic Relabeling Speed Could Get Supreme Court Review

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Supreme Court asks the Solicitor General to weigh in on whether a state tort claim that Teva did not immediately update its generic Fosamax labeling is preempted by federal law; thousands of such suits have arisen in wake of high court’s Mensing decision.

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