Ivax Wins Round in Paclitaxel Patent Battle, Is Likely to Remain

Krause, Carey
January 2002
Chemical Market Reporter;1/21/2002, Vol. 261 Issue 3, p12
Trade Publication
Reports that Ivax Corp. has won a patent lawsuit battle with American BioSciences Inc. (ABI) at a federal district court in California over its paclitaxel, an anticancer generic drug. ABI plans on the court ruling; Competition in the United States paclitaxel market; Projected sales growth of paclitaxel in 2002; Market presence of Ivax in Europe and Latin America.


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