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Teva wins Canadian Viagra row

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Teva can now start marketing generic versions of Pfizer's erectile dysfunction drug Viagra (sildenafil) in Canada. The Supreme Court there yesterday backed Teva's challenge to the drug's patent, which was due to expire in 2014.

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