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Cipla, Piramal Launch Sensipar Generics Amid Growing Antitrust Challenges to Amgen/Teva Settlement

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Amgen seeks a preliminary injunction to halt US sales by Cipla and says it will take steps to stop Piramal’s sales; in its antitrust lawsuit, Cipla alleges Amgen paid to license Teva products under the companies’ patent settlement, which resulted in Teva pulling its generic off the market shortly after launch.

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