How long does a patent on meds last?

Answer According to the Food and Drug Administration, most patents on prescription meds last 20 years. After the patent's expiration, companies other than the original drug developers may manufacture and ... Read More »

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I have alot of medical problems & have been on pain meds for 17 yrs &will i need meds for life for pain manage?

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After taking nefidipine every four hours for 3 weeks how long until you go into labor i am already 3cm dilated and 80 effaced and i stopped the meds at 8 last night?

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How long is a patent good for?

According to the U.S. Patent Office and Trademark Office, a patent generally lasts 20 years from the date that the application was filed, though extensions are sometimes available. A patent exclude... Read More »

How long does an international patent last?

Generally patents last 20 years whether they are international or domestic but that span can vary depending on the nature of the patent. Design patents, for instance, last only 14 years from the da... Read More »