Johnson & Johnson Sued For Failing To Discount Prices Of HIV/AIDS Drugs

Johnson & Johnson Sued For Failing To Discount Prices Of HIV/AIDS Drugs

LOS ANGELES - The AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) on Oct. 30 sued Johnson & Johnson (J&J) and related entities in California state court, alleging that for nine years, they failed to provide drugs at a discounted rate required under a federal "safety net" program to treat HIV and AIDS (AIDS Healthcare Foundation v. Johnson & Johnson, et al., No. BC526253, Calif. Super., Los Angeles Co., Central Dist.).

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