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Pediatric Exclusivity: Court Backs US On When Studies 'Fairly Respond' To Requests

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However, FDA must explain why denial of Sensipar's pediatric exclusivity was consistent with exclusivity award for J&J's Ortho Tri-Cyclen, US judge says. In swipe at plaintiff Amgen, court says pediatric study reports themselves guide exclusivity determinations, not the amount of effort a sponsor puts into those studies.

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