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Xtandi March-In Fight Extended to Paxlovid, Insulin, HIV, Asthma And Hepatitis C Drugs

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In drug pricing move, Public Citizen and others petition HHS Secretary Becerra to use government authorities to get generic versions of six drugs on the market before patent expiration.

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