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H.R.1038 To amend the Public Health Service Act to provide for the licensing of comparable and interchangeable biological products, and for other purposes., 110th Congress

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  • Latest Action: Feb 15, 2007 Referred to the Subcommittee on Health.

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  • Committee Assignment: House Committee on Energy and Commerce - Health

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    • Patent Docs: Top Stories of 2008: #9 to #6 - January 04, 2009 by Patent Docs - ... exclusivity and two years of market exclusivity), S. 1695 and H.R. 5629 (which provide four years of data exclusivity and eight years of market exclusivity), and S. 623 and H.R. 1038 (which do not address data/market exclusivity). ...

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      As noted by Patent Docs on January 04, 2009, "... exclusivity and two years of market exclusivity), S. 1695 and H.R. 5629 (which provide four years of data exclusivity and eight years of market exclusivity), and S. 623 and H.R. 1038 (which do not address data/market exclusivity). ..." (http://www.patentdocs.org/2009/01/top-stories-of-2008-9-to-6.html)
    • Eye on FDA: Welcome 2009 - What's in Store for the Pharmaceutical ... - December 30, 2008 by Eye on FDA - H.R. 1038 - `Access to Life-Saving Medicine Act' · H.R. 1561 - Enhancing Drug Safety and Innovation Act of 2007 · H.R. 3 - Stem Cell Research Enhancement Act of 2007 · H.R. 331 - Drug Expiration Date Study ...

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    • Eye on FDA: New Prostate Cancer Treatment Approved by FDA - December 28, 2008 by Eye on FDA - H.R. 1038 - `Access to Life-Saving Medicine Act' · H.R. 1561 - Enhancing Drug Safety and Innovation Act of 2007 · H.R. 3 - Stem Cell Research Enhancement Act of 2007 · H.R. 331 - Drug Expiration Date Study ...

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    • Senate To Hear About Biogenerics - March 06, 2007 by Patent Baristas, OH - In summary, HR 1038 would amend section 351 of the Public Health Service (PHS) Act to authorize the Secretary of HHS to approve abbreviated applications for ...

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      As noted by Patent Baristas, OH on March 06, 2007, "In summary, HR 1038 would amend section 351 of the Public Health Service (PHS) Act to authorize the Secretary of HHS to approve abbreviated applications for ..." (http://www.patentbaristas.com/archives/2007/03/07/senate-to-hear-about-biogenerics/)
    • Bill Re-Introduced to Create Path for Biogenerics - February 15, 2007 by Patent Baristas, OH - Representatives Waxman, Emerson, and Pallone, along with Senators Schumer and Clinton, have re-introduced HR 1038, the “Access to Life-Saving Medicine Act,” ...

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      As noted by Patent Baristas, OH on February 15, 2007, "Representatives Waxman, Emerson, and Pallone, along with Senators Schumer and Clinton, have re-introduced HR 1038, the “Access to Life-Saving Medicine Act,” ..." (http://www.patentbaristas.com/archives/2007/02/16/bill-re-introduced-to-create-path-for-biogenerics/)
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