FDA Weighs Next Move After Appellate Court Rebuffs Patent Delisting Policy
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
FDA is assessing its next step following an appeals court ruling confirming that the agency's position on delisting patents is inconsistent with Hatch/Waxman
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