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Innovators Employ Labyrinthine Defenses To Fend Off Biosimilars

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Innovators are using increasingly complicated tactics in the high-stakes game of keeping biosimilars at bay to ensure their brand-name medicines can keep hauling in the cash for as long as possible.

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