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Boehringer Breathes Easy Over Spiriva Patent Expiry In US

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The German group's pharma chief told Scrip that he does not expect to see any competition in the US in the short term to the soon-to-be off-patent COPD blockbuster, citing the complicated case of GSK's Advair for which there are still no FDA approved generics despite losing exclusivity a while ago.

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