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Biosimilar Launch Notification Delay Remains, Might Not Matter For Newer Products

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In Amgen v Apotex, Federal Circuit says biosimilar applicants still need to wait for FDA approval to give reference product manufacturer launch notification regardless of patent dance status, but court suggests notice could be given upon tentative approval.

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