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Indian judiciary needs to keep a tight check on big pharmas

The Supreme Court recognised the right of patients to access affordable medicines over profits of big pharma companies through 'evergreening' of patents.

Legal battles make headlines when they end in a landmark judgment. Some judgments prove to be milestones due to their long-term impact on people and their lives.

Five years ago on April 1, the Supreme Court had delivered such a judgment in a patent case involving a costly cancer drug. The court had rejected

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