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AstraZeneca, Lilly, and Sanofi Sue HHS to Block Requirement To Give 340B Discounts To Contract Pharmacies

In a major escalation of the fight over 340B contract pharmacy, drug manufacturer AstraZeneca late yesterday asked a federal court to declare that it “is not required to offer 340B discounts to contract pharmacies.”

As we went to press, we learned that manufacturers Eli Lilly and Co. and Sanofi yesterday filed similar suits in different federal district courts.

In a major escalation of the fight over 340B contract pharmacy, drug manufacturer AstraZeneca late yesterday asked a federal court to declare that it “is not required to offer 340B discounts to contract pharmacies.”

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