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Generics dominate as Bayer fights on against Indian Nexavar licence

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Executive Summary

More than a year after India issued its first ever compulsory licence in the area of medicines for Bayer's anticancer Nexavar (sorafenib tosylate), cut-price generic versions of the product dominate the Indian market, even as the multinational fights on to defend its intellectual property rights.


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