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HIV drugs

SAN FRANCISCO — A federal court in California preliminarily approved a $10 million settlement between Bristol-Myers Squibb and end-payor plaintiffs, which claimed the company and other pharmaceutical companies engaged in anti-competitive practices that kept less expensive generic HIV drugs from being available to the class members.

Read the order here.

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