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As outlined by federal prosecutors, the scheme demonstrates how consumers can be forced to pay higher prices for their drugs due to criminal activities inside drug makers. (Photo: iStock)

Federal charges brought against former pharmaceutical company executives offer a window into the government’s perspective on why people are suddenly paying more for their prescription drugs.

Dan Cook


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