Uncertainty Clouds Pharma Patent Validity As SCOTUS Ruminates On Amgen Case
The pharma and biotech industry is waiting with bated breath for the decision from the US Supreme Court over a contentious case involving Amgen. The result of the SCOTUS decision could have a huge impact on drugmakers’ profits, commercial strategy, and industry innovation.
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