ALEXANDRIA, Va. -- The National Association of Chain Drug Stores praised the decision by the Federal Trade Commission to revisit the approval it gave to two earlier mergers of pharmaceutical manufacturers and pharmacy benefit management companies. ment to make available to its customers an open formulary. A panel of independent experts not affiliated with Lilly or PCS is to select the listed drugs. Lilly will build a "fire wall" to prevent it from accessing pricing information submitted ...

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