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The pharmacy benefits suit plaintiff says the real co-pay for a generic blood pressure medication was just $1.75. (Photo: Thinkstock)

A Massachusetts woman is suing a Fortune 500 insurance company, claiming that it requires the network of pharmacies with which it contracts to overcharge insured patients “unauthorized and excessive amounts” for prescription drugs.


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