1 Aug 2009
Not yet. According to the FDA website, Teva has been granted tentative approval to market the generic. The patent for Seroquel expires in 2011.
It has not been without drama - see http://www.drugs.com/news/summary-judgment-granted-seroquel-patent-litigation-8360.html
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