Digene Denies Third Wave 'Monopoly' Charge In HPV IP Case, Asks Court to Dismiss Claims | GenomeWeb
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Digene last week denied allegations made by Third Wave Technologies early last month that the company had “abused its monopoly power to thwart competition” in the HPV diagnostics market, and it asked the court to dismiss the charges.
Third Wave’s allegations were made in a countersuit that is part of the firms’ ongoing dispute over a Digene patent covering an HPV diagnostic test.

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