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Daiichi Sankyo has settled a case alleging that it did not fully disclose adverse side-effects of its drug, Benicar, with a $300 million pay-out for those patients who had complications using the drug. The company did not admit any wrongdoing on its part, claiming that the litigation was “without merit” and that it “does not admit liability”.
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