Lawyers for HHS have asked federal courts in Indianapolis (above) and New Jersey to dismiss 340B-related lawsuits against the department brought by drugmakers Eli Lilly and Sanofi.

Feds Asks Courts to Reject Lilly and Sanofi’s 340B “Self-Help”

U.S. Justice Department (DOJ) lawyers asked federal district courts in Indiana and New Jersey this week to condemn, not condone, drugmakers Eli Lilly and Sanofi’s “extra-statutory self-help efforts to rewrite” the 340B statute “under the guise of ‘program integrity’” and thereby “deny covered entities access to the discounts to which they are statutorily entitled.”

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