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Mylan Blocked By US Tecfidera Injunction

Follows Key Patent Ruling In Company’s Favor In June

Executive Summary

Mylan is aiming to be a first mover on generic Tecfidera (dimethyl fumarate), a brand with $3.3bn of sales last year, after successfully invalidating a key US patent shielding the multiple-sclerosis treatment until 2028. However, Biogen has procured a temporary injunction for now, as it seeks to defend its position on appeal.

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