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PhRMA Seeking Injunction Against 340B Orphan Drug Exclusion Rule

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The trade group files a lawsuit seeking preliminary and permanent injunctions against implementation of a final rule that requires 340B discounts for the non-orphan uses of drugs with an orphan designation.

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