Amgen urges Fed Circuit to deny Sandoz petition
Sandoz fails in Enbrel patent challenge, but Fed Circuit split
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A Novartis unit, Sandoz, has failed to persuade the US Supreme Court to review two Amgen-owned patents on the rheumatoid arthritis drug Enbrel (etanercept), preventing the roll-out of any copies in the US until 2029.
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