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FDA Re-Evaluates Orange Book Patents

US Agency Mulls Orange Book Listing For Device, REMS, Digital App Patents

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With an eye toward addressing uncertainty as to whether patents that cover drug products’ device components or risk management elements should be listed, the agency seeks input on the need for additional clarity around the types of patents that must be submitted and the impact of any change in listing practices on drug development.

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