Freebies to cost Sanofi $109 million

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Sanofi will pay up to $109 million to settle allegations that it gave healthcare providers free units of its knee injection drug Hyalgan to induce them to prescribe the drug, according to the Department of Justice. The settlement also resolves claims that the company submitted false average sales price reports for Hyalgan that omitted the free units distributed.


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