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Shire's Citizen Petitions Too Old For FTC Action; Door Left Open For Amended Suit

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 Court tosses FTC complaint alleging Shire used the citizen petition process to maintain a monopoly on Vancocin, says agency did not show company was 'about to violate' the law.

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