The DOJ told federal appeals courts in Philadelphia and Washington, D.C., that HHS was right to tell drug manufacturers their conditions on 340B contract pharmacy are illegal and must end.

Letting Pharma Put Strings on 340B is Letting Fox Guard Henhouse, Feds Tell Appeals Courts

Letting drug manufacturers put conditions on 340B drug discounts “would be akin to letting the fox guard the henhouse,” the U.S. Justice Department (DOJ) told federal appeals courts in Philadelphia and Washington, D.C., last night in a pair of filings in consolidated lawsuits over the government’s 340B contract pharmacy requirements.

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