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The Ninth Circuit vacated in part the dismissal of a class action brought by HIV and AIDS patients who claim their employee-sponsored health plans, which require them to obtain their specialty medications through a designated pharmacy, force them to “forego essential counseling and consultation from specialty pharmacists.

SAN FRANCISCO — The Ninth Circuit vacated in part the dismissal of a class action brought by HIV and AIDS patients who claim their employee-sponsored health plans, which require them to obtain their specialty medications through a designated pharmacy, force them to “forego essential counseling and consultation from specialty pharmacists."

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