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LIFESCAN v. CAN-AM: GENERIC TEST STRIPS OKAY FOR UNRESTRICTED METERS

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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LIFESCAN v. CAN-AM: GENERIC TEST STRIPS OKAY FOR UNRESTRICTED METERS, according to Chazy, N.Y.-based Can-Am Care's interpretation of a May 23 pre-trial judgment in a patent infringement case with the Johnson & Johnson subsidiary. Based on Federal Judge James Ware's decision to grant one of three motions for partial summary judgment filed by Can-Am, consumers who purchased LifeScan's One Touch blood glucose test meters before the company began placing license restriction stickers on the products apparently are free to buy cheaper test strips from companies such as Can-Am Care for use with the meters.
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