Here's an article with the history of the conflict. Pretty complex... Proneuron and Teva are co-licensors of Copaxone. Looks like proneuron wanted to test copax. in other neurodegenerative diseases and obtained a license from Yeda (copax creator), but that would mean teva would lose their exclusive license and some $$$. proneuron claims teva intentionally sabotaged a trial in ALS, so they could keep copax profits for MS alone.
Nothing about teva withholding info on lower dosages of copax for MS- the lower doses proneuron refers to were trial "vaccines" of copax for ALS and other neurological conditions.
http://bmartinmd.com/2008/07/proneuron- ... colic.html
Drug companies. Don't get me started, Lars. Wish their family members had MS...maybe then they'd give a damn. That said, Copaxone has been good for Jeff (as far as we know.)
Hope you're well.