Viatris Tipped To Knock Out Crucial Eylea Dosing Patents In US
Lower Preponderance-Of-The-Evidence Standard May Favor Mylan
A senior analyst for a major investment bank has listened to oral arguments in Viatris’ legal tussle vs. Regeneron over two key US dosing patents shielding the originator’s Eylea (aflibercept) blockbuster.
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