Teva seeks to launch generic Truvada, Gilead says

11/17/2008 | Reuters ·

Gilead Sciences said it was notified that Teva Pharmaceutical Industries filed for FDA approval to market a copy of Truvada, an HIV treatment combining Gilead's drugs Viread and Emtriva. Gilead, which has 45 days to file a patent-infringement suit against Teva, said 10 patents need to expire or be nullified before a generic version of Truvada can be launched.

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