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UnitedHealth Plans “Series” Of Part D Formulary Restrictions In 2009

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National stand-alone Medicare drug plans co-sponsored by UnitedHealth and AARP will impose new formulary restrictions in major drug categories including cholesterol treatments, proton pump inhibitors and osteoporosis therapies in 2009 to help control costs

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