Could Johnson & Johnson's conditions on 340B drug sales to hospitals involving contract pharmacy be the thunderclap that rouses Congress?

Could J&J’s Decision to Limit 340B Contract Pharmacy Spur Congress to Act?

J&J is the world’s biggest drug company. Its decision to restrict 340B pricing when hospitals use contract pharmacies could be a thunderclap that rouses Congress.

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