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Lawsuit: Sandoz Copycat Piggybacks Enbrel, Ducks Duties

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For the second time, Novartis AG unit Sandoz Inc. is trying to "reap the commercial benefits" provided to biosimilar manufacturers under the Biologics Price Competition and Innovation Act (BPCIA), while seeking to avoid the obligations Congress established under the 2010 law "to protect innovators," Amgen Inc. and Roche AG charged in new court documents.

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