Orange Book Companion(R) free "What's New" for Orange Book Vol. 42/Supp. 2 is now available. Plus learn about a new OBC feature!

The free version of the Orange Book Companion's "What's New" for Vol. 42/Supp. 2 of the FDA's "Orange Book" is now available on the OBC home page. Just click on the prominent "What's New for Patents and Exclusivity" link. Sixty-one new patents were listed in the Orange Book during February, and one patent was delisted.

And while you are there, please take a look at free samples of my new Orange Book Companion feature. That is Patents Grouped by Patent Family. Instead of the usual list of patents for a product in numerical order, the patents for a product are grouped by patent family. I used an alternating color scheme of yellow and blue cells in each table so that users can easily see where each family starts and ends.


So if you are a fan of drugs whose trade name or generic name starts with "A" you will be able to see exactly what this new feature will give you. Just click on the free sample links, "Tradename-A Families" or "Gen. Name-A Families". 

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