Re-Importation: A Looming Antitrust Concern for Biotechs?
With federal legislation to allow drug reimportation mired in the US Senate following passage of a bill in the House of Representatives last year, US biotechs must wrestle with an immediate question: how to prevent their ex-US partners from becoming sources of low-cost imports of their products?
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