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Leo Pharma defeats Teva in patent case

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Danish dermatology group Leo Pharma has won a patent case against Israel’s Teva in Canada. Leo Pharma says the outcome “has a huge impact on our business in Canada.”


BY STEFAN SINGH KAILAY
Offentliggjort 31.03.17 kl. 15:25

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