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Critics Urge Change In India’s Patent-Marketing Link For Drugs

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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India needs to change its patent-marketing link for drugs, preferably adopting a U.S.-Canadian model, according to critics of the current regulations. They say India needs to take steps to reassure foreign drug makers their patents will be protected in the country before and after drug approved. The central complaint is India's patent law allows challenges to the patents at both stages, and critics say the Drugs Controller General of India should cease accepting applications from others for drugs that already have patents. (Click here for more
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