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PCSK9 Patent Fight: Amgen Opposes Doctor Efforts To Keep Praluent On Market

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Praulent prescribers try to bolster Sanofi and Regeneron’s argument of the public need for the product but Amgen says their testimony is improper; stay of permanent injunction expires Feb. 21 unless Federal Circuit extends it through appeal.

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