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Cholestene injunction

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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Salt Lake City, Utah federal court issues preliminary injunction against Prevose, Penn.-based HPF, Inc. in response to a complaint filed by Pharmanex, the Cholestin manufacturer says. Judge Dale Kimball orders that until the case comes to trial, Cholestene may not be marketed in its current packaging. The injunction follows an April 14 suit filed by Pharmanex asserting Cholestene packaging is deceptively similar to that of Cholestin. According to company data, Pharmanex has spent approximately $5 mil. on R&D for its red yeast rice dietary supplement for healthy cholesterol in addition to $1.8 mil. in litigation against FDA to protect the regulatory status of the product
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