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Edwards Wins Latest Round In TAVI Patent Dispute With Medtronic

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

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A jury in Delaware awarded Edwards $393.6 million in damages plus royalties after determining Medtronic’s CoreValve infringes Edwards’ Cribier patent. While Medtronic might be paying royalties to Edwards for the next several years, Medtronic also got some very positive news last week: FDA approved CoreValve for patients too sick for surgery months earlier than expected.

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