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A federal district court ordered 340B Report to destroy and not divulge the contents of legally obtained records filed by the federal government in a lawsuit over the 340B patient definition.

U.S. District Court Orders 340B Report to Destroy and Not Divulge Legally Obtained Information in 340B Patient Definition Case

A federal district court in South Carolina ordered 340B Report late yesterday to destroy and not release information from more than 9,000 pages of documents that the federal government filed in a public database Thursday in a community health center’s lawsuit over the legality of the 340B program’s patient definition.

U.S. Chief Judge R. Bryan Harwell signed the order Jan. 9 and the deputy clerk of the court emailed it to 340B Report last night.

A federal district court in South Carolina ordered 340B Report late yesterday to destroy and not release information from more than 9,000 pages of documents that the federal government filed in a public database Thursday in a community health center’s lawsuit over the legality of the 340B program’s patient definition.

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