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Copaxone, still growing, helps Teva pass Q3 estimates

Sales of Teva's multiple sclerosis drug, Copaxone, are still growing--at least for now. The Israeli company's top-seller, whose patent is currently the subject of a Supreme Court appeal, ticked up 5% to reach $1.1 billion in Q3 sales.

If Teva wanted a clear sign from Supreme Court on Copaxone, no such luck

Teva's been waiting a long time to get its Copaxone patent appeal before the Supreme Court. And now that the court has heard oral arguments, it seems to be divided on the issue.

Is Teva knocking on Mylan's door? With inversion deal at risk, maybe

Teva and Mylan merge? Rumors are certainly swirling--and not for the first time, either. But while a potential deal might make financial sense, at least one analyst doesn't see it happening.

Teva closing up women's health unit Theramex, thanks to lousy Zoely sales

We've seen what happens when a big drug goes generic. Plants close, sales reps lose their jobs. As the impending shutdown of a Teva Pharmaceutical Industries unit shows, the same is true for an on-patent drug flop.

Teva goes analog for asthma with hands-on waiting-room game

With patients more and more frequently turning to digital channels for their health information, many drugmakers are headed that direction with their marketing, too. But when looking at how to market Teva's QVAR inhalation aerosol, the Israeli company, in conjunction with Merkley + Partners, asked an important question.

Teva CFO: We're looking to grow sales, not slash and burn costs

On Monday, Teva CFO Eyal Desheh told listeners at the Morgan Stanley Global Healthcare Conference in New York that the Israeli drugmaker has no new plans for major job cutbacks.

FTC takes after AbbVie, Teva for pay-for-delay deal on AndroGel

Even as the FDA is questioning the widespread use of testosterone-boosting drugs for men, the Federal Trade Commission has sued AbbVie and Teva Pharmaceutical Industries for keeping a generic of one out of their reach for years. It is one of the first actions brought by the FTC since the Supreme Court last year said that so-called pay-for-delay deals are not inherently illegal.

Teva trounces patent on AstraZeneca's Symbicort, opening up U.K. copycat launch

Ring up another win for Teva in its fight to roll out a generic of AstraZeneca's Symbicort in Europe--and another loss for aging respiratory blockbusters trying to hoard their market share. The English High Court has sided with Teva in a patent case, invalidating one of AZ's IP shields on the drug.

Mylan, Momenta, Sandoz join assault on Teva's new-and-improved Copaxone

After trying nearly everything in its power to protect lead product Copaxone from early generic competition, Teva just received some news it least wants to hear: Copycats are going after its new, long-acting version of the drug, too.

Teva recalls Parkinson's disease drug because it may be 'superpotent'

Teva Pharmaceutical Industries, whose manufacturing operation is being signifcantly pared down, is recalling one lot of its generic Parkinson's combo drug carbidopa/levodopa because it may have too much active pharmaceutical ingredient.