User: Genecampaign Topic: IP
Category: patents :: everywhere
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Cipla bringing in Novartis’ iron-overload drug (Cached) 1.4.2008 HBL: Corporate
Will be sold locally at a fraction of its global price
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Bartronics' US arm gets patent for new device (Cached) 31.3.2008 Business Standard
Bartronics' US arm gets patent for new device
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Sun Pharma launches cancer drug, Ethyol (Cached) 31.3.2008 Financial Express
Sun Pharma launches cancer drug, Ethyol
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Suven gets two patents in Mexico, Korea (Cached) 31.3.2008 Business Standard
Suven gets two patents in Mexico, Korea
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Sun Pharma launches cancer drug, Ethyol (Cached) 31.3.2008 DNA: Money
Drug maker Sun Pharmaceutical Industries on Monday said it has commercially launched generic Ethyol, used in the treatment of cancer.
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Sun Pharma launches cancer drug (Cached) 31.3.2008 Rediff: Business
Drug maker Sun Pharmaceutical Industries on Monday said it has commercially launched generic Ethyol, used in the treatment of cancer. Ethyol is the generic version of Medimmune's Ethyol amifostine injection, used for treating cancer, Sun Pharma informed the Bombay Stock Exchange, adding that the drug has an annual sales of $80 million in the US.
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Suven Life Sciences gets product patents (Cached) 31.3.2008 Sify Finance
Suven Life Sciences Ltd has announced that two product patents were granted in Mexico and Korea for two of their new chemical entities (NCEs) for the treatment of disorders associated with neuro-degenerative diseases and these patents are valid until 2023.
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Pharma firms bet big on new B'desh law (Cached) 31.3.2008 Business Standard
Pharma firms bet big on new B'desh law
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BHEL honours inventors, authors   (Cached) 31.3.2008 Central Chronicle
BHEL honours inventors, authors  
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NGO to seek compulsory licensing of cancer drugs (Cached) 31.3.2008 ET: Pharma
Healthcare groups, campaigning for access to medicines, are going all out in their fight against drug patents in India.
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Universities foster the three Ts (Cached) 31.3.2008 HBL: eWorld
This week’s pick gives insights into the vital role played by centres of learning in shaping us. This week’s pick gives insights into the vital role played by centres of learning in shaping us.
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Guard against copying inventions (Cached) 29.3.2008 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
COIMBATORE: Patents and Intellectual Property are the strongest assets that a corporation can own. It should shield its ideas, products, algorithms, processes and inventions from copycats, R. Radhakrishnan, Vice-Chancellor, Anna University, ...
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Domestic pharma firms leave MNCs far behind (Cached) 28.3.2008 Sify Finance
Indian pharmaceutical companies, despite making strides in international markets, have managed to hold the domestic fort. Out of top 10 pharma companies in Indian, eight are domestic players.
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Time to get back India’s Sovereign Wealth Fund (Cached) 28.3.2008 HBL: Opinion
Adequate steps must be taken to open up the closed vaults of the tax havens to get our money back. The amount involved can be at least ten times our current GDP and can be used to write off the loans of all marginal farmers. This is the real sovereig n wealth of our country belonging to billions of poor and weak people, argues R.VAIDYANATHAN.
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Another patent fight (Cached) 27.3.2008 Financial Express: Front Page
When Indian drugmaker Cipla got sued by MNC Roche because the former had produced a generic version of the latter's patented anticancer drug, this newspaper had argued that the question of affordable lifesaving drugs has to be separated from the issue of honouring patents.
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Micron Technology Disagrees with Jury Decision in Rambus Antitrust Trial (Cached) 27.3.2008 Financial Express
Micron Technology Disagrees with Jury Decision in Rambus Antitrust Trial
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Are product patents anti-consumer? (Cached) 27.3.2008 Rediff: Business
There is no doubt that patients are the ultimate beneficiaries of pharmaceutical research and development. Thousands of public health needs go unmet each day simply because there is still a cure out there waiting to be found. Product patents serve as encouragement to innovation, providing impetus to both investors and innovators. It has been argued that by denying product patents, India will encourage domestic generic production and, therefore, access to medicines.
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Final countdown (Cached) 27.3.2008 The Statesman
Final countdown
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Cancer patents (Cached) 27.3.2008 Business Standard
Cancer patents
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Pfizer again sues Ranbaxy over Lipitor (Cached) 27.3.2008 ET: Pharma

Pfizer has filed two separate patent infringement cases against Ranbaxy in a bid to extend the exclusivity of its $13-billion anti-cholesterol drug Lipitor. Health insurance

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