Mylan Confirms First-to-File Patent Challenge Relating to Xeloda(R) Cancer Treatment
Expects to qualify for 180 days of sole marketing exclusivity
Mylan believes it is the first company to have filed a substantially complete ANDA containing a Paragraph IV certification for the product and expects to qualify for 180 days of sole marketing exclusivity once final FDA approval is obtained. Hoffmann-La Roche filed a lawsuit
Xeloda Tablets, 150 mg and 500 mg, had approximately
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