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Orphacol ruling bolsters EU orphan exclusivity rules

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Executive Summary

Another European court ruling has confirmed the important role of the EU orphan drug regulation in encouraging companies to conduct R&D into medicines for rare diseases, and helped to clarify the rules regarding the orphan market exclusivity period.

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