Forest Labs gets Lexapro protection

How does Forest Labs spell relief? P-A-T-E-N-T. A federal court has validated the company's Lexapro protection, safeguarding that blockbuster antidepressant and antianxiety drug through 2012. The court also intervened to stop Teva Pharmaceuticals from launching a generic version of Lexapro, which is Forest's top seller at $2 billion per year.

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