India lets pharma fight compulsory licenses

India's patent office has decided that drugmakers should be able to have their say before the country grants compulsory licenses, which allow domestic generics makers to export copies of patented medicines to countries that don't have the ability to make the drugs needed to combat a public health crisis. Report

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