EXCLUSIVE: Lilly’s Letter to HRSA on Why it Thinks 340B Contract Pharmacy is Unlawful

Lilly’s Letter to HRSA on Why it Thinks 340B Contract Pharmacy is Unlawful

Drug manufacturer Eli Lilly and Co. on May 18 gave the U.S. Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) 30 days—until June 17—to tell it whether it objected to the manufacturer’s plan to inform drug wholesalers to “discontinue our practice of voluntarily honoring requests” for 340B drug discounts for contract pharmacies on its drug Cialis, a previously private letter from Lilly to HRSA shows. Lilly carried out the plan on July 1.

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