Supreme Court agrees to hear Teva's Copaxone patent case

The Supreme Court will hear a case during its 2014-15 term, which starts in October, regarding Teva's patents on multiple sclerosis drug Copaxone. A reversal of a lower court's ruling would uphold the patents until September 2015, but competitors might introduce generic versions as early as next month. Experts say the case could have far-reaching effects on how patents are interpreted.

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