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First DataBank Agrees To Tentative Settlement In Suit Over Prescription Drug Average Wholesale Prices
Publisher First DataBank has agreed to a tentative settlement with plaintiffs in a lawsuit that alleges the company colluded with prescription drug wholesaler McKesson to raise the average wholesale prices of prescription drugs to increase pharmacy profits and win business for McKesson, the Wall Street Journal reports.


Bristol-Myers Squibb Agrees To Settle Federal Investigation Of Pricing, Sales, Marketing Practices For $499M
Bristol-Myers Squibb on Thursday announced a proposed $499 million settlement for a federal investigation into the company's pricing and marketing practices, the Newark Star-Ledger reports (Jordan, Newark Star-Ledger, 12/22).


Innovation, Growth, Better Regulation: The Changing Face Of Self-Medication - Warsaw, Poland, 4-6 June 2007
For the 43rd time, AESGP will bring together leaders from the healthcare environment to discuss the changing face of self-medication in Europe at its Annual Meeting. Innovation, market growth and a proportionate regulatory environment will be among the key issues addressed this time. A wide range of top speakers will gather in Warsaw, Poland on 4-6 June 2007 to address commercial and political highlights and provide food for thought on how to shape the future.


Federal Judge Tentatively Approves Settlement In Lawsuit Over Average Wholesale Prices For Prescription Drugs
U.S. District Judge Patti Saris this week awarded preliminary approval to a recently amended settlement that could reduce the price of thousands of prescription drugs and scheduled a fairness hearing on a final settlement for Nov. 14, the Wall Street Journal reports (Wisenberg Brin, Wall Street Journal, 6/9). In October 2006, publisher


Federal Judge Rules Three Pharmaceutical Companies Engage In Unfair Practices For Medication Prices
U.S. District Judge Patti Saris in Boston on Thursday ruled that AstraZeneca, Schering-Plough and Bristol-Myers Squibb engaged in unfair and deceptive trade practices related to the prices of some their medications,




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