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Sandoz Keeps Tabs On Teva Skinny Label Ruling

As Q3 Sales Reveal ‘Two Sides’ To Sandoz

Executive Summary

As one of the leading players in the US, albeit with a declining core business, Sandoz is naturally watching developments from the Federal Circuit’s precedential ruling on induced infringement for carved out indications. Management discussed the topic as Sandoz reported third-quarter financials.

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