Teva Pays Out A Further $1m On Intuniv
Also Gets 2029 Entry Date On 72mcg Linaclotide Via Settlement
Teva will pay out more than $1m as part of a settlement deal over Intuniv (guanfacine) involving indirect purchasers, newly-filed court documents reveal. Meanwhile, the firm has also just gained a 2029 entry date for a 72mcg strength of its linaclotide rival to Linzess through a separate settlement.
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