Medco contracting cost $1 mil. in lost sales for a California independent pharmacy, PDF suit alleges.
MEDCO CONTRACTING PRACTICES COST DRUG STORE $1 MIL., PHARMACY DEFENSE FUND alleges in a suit filed June 12 in San Francisco federal court. Medco's "exclusive-dealing contracts of long duration" have reduced Costa Mesa, Calif. Harbor Drug's cumulative earnings by at least $1 mil. by restricting Medco beneficiaries from patronizing their usual pharmacies, Pharmacy Defense Fund attorneys Joseph Alioto and Lynn Carman argue in Harbor Drug v. Medco.
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