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Eli Lilly & Co. was granted a temporary restraining order to halt the US launch of a generic version of Evista by Teva. Patents on the drug are valid through 2012, 2014 and 2017.  
 
Bayer USA Foundation awarded the National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) a $200,000 grant to create a Bayer-NSTA Fellows program and expand the NSTA New Science Teacher Academy. The three-year grant supports 10 early-career middle and high school science teachers each year with an array of professional development resources.
 
Pink Tank, a division of inVentiv's GSW Worldwide, focused on marketing to women, launched a website, www.knowher.com, promoting the agency's offerings.
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