PhRMA told a federal court in Baltimore, Md., that none of the federal government's legal arguments "can hide the fundamental defects" in the 340B ADR rule.

340B ADR Rule Is Fundamentally Defective, PhRMA Tells Federal Court

Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America told a federal district judge last week that the federal government has failed to refute PhRMA’s contention that the regulation establishing the 340B administrative dispute resolution (ADR) process “is unconstitutional, procedurally defective, and relies on audit guidelines that are inconsistent with the 340B statute.”

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