Filed fit against Actavis on June 26, 2014, in the U.S. District Courtroom for the District of Delaware seeking to prevent Actavis from commercializing its ANDA product prior to the expiration of certain U.S. Patents. The lawsuit was filed under the provisions of the Hatch-Waxman Act, resulting in a stay of last FDA authorization of Actavis' ANDA for up to 30 weeks from the day the plaintiffs received notice of Actavis' ANDA filing or until last resolution of the matter before the courtroom, whichever occurs sooner, subject to any other exclusivities..African-American patients were more likely to present with favorable disease staging, with only 33 percent presenting with stage III or more, weighed against 50 percent of non-African Us citizens. However, African-American sufferers waited longer from medical diagnosis to begin with treatment than non-African-American individuals significantly, at a median of 45 days compared with 35 days. They waited significantly longer between completing chemoradiotherapy and undergoing surgery also. Furthermore, African-American sufferers were less likely to receive adjuvant chemotherapy than non-African-American patients significantly, at a rate of 58 percent weighed against 89 percent. Despite these inequalities in treatment, African-People in america were no more most likely than non-African-Americans to experience disease recurrence throughout a median follow up of 34 weeks after chemoradiotherapy.