HIV/AIDS Activists March To Protest AstraZeneca’s 340B Contract Pharmacy Cutbacks

Activists aligned with the powerful grassroots group AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) marched yesterday in front of drug manufacturer AstraZeneca’s Wilmington, Del., headquarters building to protest the company’s decision effective Oct. 1 to stop offering 340B pricing on all of its drugs shipped to contract pharmacies, and to let covered entities lacking an in-house pharmacy designate just one contract pharmacy for AstraZeneca 340B-priced drug shipments.

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