Teva offers aid to U.K. pharmacies in Lipitor fight

Teva Pharmaceutical Industries says it will back up any U.K. pharmacists who sell its version of the Pfizer cholesterol drug Lipitor. Pfizer, which has gone to court to stop Teva's copycat drug, has threatened action against pharmacists who dispense it, but Teva pledges it will "provide full legal assistance and support." Report

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