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Contrave Case Splits US Court In Pyrrhic Victory For Teva

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Teva has seen two US patents protecting the Contrave combination of naltrexone and bupropion ruled invalid on appeal. But it is no nearer bringing a generic of the weight-loss drug to market, as the Court of appeals upheld a later-expiring patent, albeit on a split decision.

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