Acorda shares tank as appeals court refuses injunction against cheap Ampyra knockoffs
Acorda has suffered a fresh setback in its last-ditch attempt to stop a generic version of its multiple sclerosis drug Ampyra from hitting the market and eviscerating its sole significant therapeutic franchise. A federal appeals court refused to issue a temporary injunction against copycat versions of its drug until the court decides on its appeal of a district court ruling stripping away key patent protection.
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