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Can Teva’s patents block Lilly’s anti-CGRP Emgality from the market?

The anti-CGRP market is heating.  Amgen’s ($AMGN) Aimovig® received FDA approval in May 2018, and Teva’s ($TEVA) Ajovy® received approval in September.  Hot on their heels, Eli Lilly’s ($LLY) Emgality® just received FDA approval at the end of September.  The drugs will all be sold for essentially the same price of $6900 / year.  Given the tight competition, can Teva use its patents to kick anyone off the market?

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Korlym: Will Teva prevail on its motion to dismiss the amended complaint?

We previously wrote about Corcept’s ($CORT) amended complaint in its Hatch-Waxman patent litigation against Teva ($TEVA) regarding Korlym®.  On July 27, Teva filed another motion to dismiss.  Corcept opposed the motion on August 21, and Teva filed its reply on August 28.  The motion is now fully briefed.  Who will prevail?

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How long can Roche keep back biosimilars for Avastin®, Herceptin® or Rituxan®?

The biosimilars are biting.  And they are biting at three big biologics distributed by Roche through its biotech subsidiary, Genentech.  Roche currently faces pending biosimilar competition against Avastin® (bevacizumab), Roche’s biggest selling cancer drug, Herceptin® (trastuzmab), Roche’s breast-cancer drug, and Rituxan® (rituximab), Roche’s immunotherapy drug.  All three drugs are involved in patent litigations. How long will these cases last? And how long can Roche keep the biosimilars out?

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