Alleged Scheme To Fix Generic Drug Prices Started At Dinners And ‘Girls Nights Out’

(By Liz Szabo and JoNel Aleccia, and Mark Zdechlik, Minnesota Public Radio published by Kaiser Health News)

The high prices Americans pay for generic drugs may have been cooked up by pharmaceutical salespeople on golf courses, at a New Jersey steakhouse or over martinis at a “Girls Nights Out” in Minnesota. Continue reading article here…

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