A jury in Los Angeles awarded the damages after finding that Yescarta, a treatment sold by Gilead’s Kite Pharma unit, infringed on a patent exclusively licensed by Bristol-Myers’ Juno Therapeutics division.
Bristol-Myers wins $752 million in U.S. patent case against Gilead
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