Protecting the intellectual property of new drugs is complicated but essential for pharmaceutical companies. Patents are important in this respect, but by themselves they do not always create a sufficiently favourable environment for encouraging drug development.
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Patent, FDA, NME, Taiwanese Pharmaceutical Affairs Act, Hatch-Waxman Act, pharmaceuticals