Bayer’s woes with the Indian legal system are far from over. In 2011, the pharmaceutical company filed a suit to restrain India-based generic maker Natco from making, importing, selling or offering for sale cancer treatment drug sorafenib, sorafenib tosylate or any other generic version.
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