Judge says Purdue Pharma misled government on OxyContin

01/6/2004 | NYTimes.com

A U.S. District Court judge in New York ruled Purdue Pharma misled federal officials to win a patent for its painkiller drug, OxyContin. The judge ruled in favor of Endo Pharmaceuticals Holdings, which sued when it was prevented from offering a generic version of the popular drug, but a Purdue spokesman said the company would appeal.

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