"This is really about the future and coming up with medicines for unmet medical needs," he said.Meanwhile, last month Pfizer's chief intellectual property lawyer, Roy F. Waldron, testified before a House trade subcommittee hearing on U.S.-India trade relations that India's stance makes it extremely difficult to get and keep a medicine patent there.
India's Rejection Of Drug Patent Could Reverberate
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