ITC Takes Medytox’s Hand In US Botulinum Case, Bans Daewoong’s Imports
USITC’s initial decision in the Medytox and Daewoong botulinum dispute is favorable to Medytox and poised to take a toll on the Korean firm and partner Evolus as they face a 10-year ban on imports of their product to the US.
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