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Third Circuit is first of three federal appeals courts to issue a decision in multiple lawsuits over drug companies’ 340B contract pharmacy restrictions, which have led to conflicting lower court rulings on whether such restrictions are unlawful.

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Sanofi Maintains Growth Streak But Oncology Pipeline Renewal Efforts Stall

The French major saw strong Q3 sales and raised its business guidance accordingly, but the discontinuation of an early-stage trial has added to a growing list of setbacks the firm has faced in reviving its oncology pipeline.

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Ranitidine Litigation Opens With Settlements, But Still Massive With State And MDL Trials Pending

GSK and Sanofi will continue to defend against all claims alleging ranitidine increased risk of cancer. Four Rx generic firms reach settlements in first case scheduled for trial. Former US OTC Zantac marketers GSK and Sanofi, which markets the Zantac OTC brand in the US, along with former Rx brand marketer Pfizer could pay $1bn to $2bn each in potential settlements, analyst predicts.

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Massive Zantac Product Liability Litigation Advances After Initial Settlements

GlaxoSmithKline will continue to defend itself against all claims alleging ranitidine increased the risk of cancer. Four generic firms reach settlements in the first case that had been scheduled for trial. GSK, Sanofi and Pfizer could pay $1bn-$2bn each in potential settlements, an analyst predicts.

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