Going “off patent” is the fate that awaits most of the blockbuster drugs that provide pharmaceutical companies with the bulk of their profits: when the patent that protects the innovation expires, other firms can make generic “copycats” and sell them for a fraction of the price. But not all drugs are affected equally and this week’s trust, International Biotechnology, seeks to exploit the fact.


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