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Possible Orange Book Revisions Back In Play With US FDA Report To Congress

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Agency is setting up an internal working group to assess whether certain patent information should be included or removed from the Orange Book. PhRMA, AAM and others address therapeutic equivalence ratings and listing of device-related and REMS-related patents.

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