India Tells Bayer Healthcare To Supply Data In Compulsory Licensing Case
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Bayer HealthCare AG has been told in India’s first compulsory-licensing hearing it will have to supply a vast amount of data if it intends to defend its Nexavar (sorafenib) liver and kidney cancer drug from a patent challenge brought by India’s Natco Pharma.
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