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LIFESCAN PATENT INFRINGEMENT SUIT VS. POLYMER TECHNOLOGY SET FOR TRIAL

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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LIFESCAN PATENT INFRINGEMENT SUIT VS. POLYMER TECHNOLOGY SET FOR TRIAL in January 1995 to settle whether Polymer's First Choice blood glucose test strips infringe LifeScan's patent for its One Touch test strips, according to LifeScan, Issaquah, Wash.-based Polymer's First Choice blood glucose test strips, which the firm says are priced 40% lower than LifeScan's strips, have been marketed for use in LifeScan's One Touch blood glucose meter since Polymer introduced the product in August 1993. LifeScan, a Johnson & Johnson subsidiary, launched the One Touch monitor and strips in 1987.
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