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End In Sight: Humira Stacks Up 20 Years Of US Market Exclusivity

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AbbVie, for the second time, has resolved a Humira patent dispute that protects the drug's US commercial exclusivity until 2023. The latest deal with Samsung Biopesis follows a similar agreement with Amgen, giving Amgen a five-month head start with its biosimilar. 

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