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Express Scripts New Flex Formulary Will Prefer Lower-Priced Brand Alternatives

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Gilead’s authorized generics for Epclusa and Harvoni will be first alternatives to benefit from preferred coverage on the pharmacy benefit manager's National Preferred Flex Formulary.

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