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Indian Court Restrains Cipla From Exporting Generic Tarceva

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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NEW DELHI - The Delhi High Court ordered Indian drugmaker Cipla to refrain from exporting a generic version of Roche's locally patented lung cancer drug Tarceva (erlontinib) to nations where the Swiss company has patent registration for the product, a court official said

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