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India Grants First Compulsory License To Natco For Bayer’s Nexavar; Disappointed, Bayer May Challenge Decision

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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India grants compulsory license to Natco for Bayer’s Nexavar; ruling could start run on more CLs.

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