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AbbVie Foe Coherus Sways PTAB To Review Humira Patent

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The Patent Trial and Appeal Board of the US Patent & Trademark Office has agreed to hold a trial under its inter partes review process to consider the validity of one of AbbVie Inc.'s dosing methods patents. The challenger, Coherus BioSciences Inc., is hoping to eventually market a biosimilar of Humira in the US.

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