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Allergan’s Warner Chilcott and Watson subsidiaries have agreed to pay $300 million to end antitrust litigation centering on contraceptive pills Loestrin 24 Fe and Minastrin 24 Fe.
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Allergan, Warner Chilcott, Watson, contraceptives, antitrust litigation, pay-for-delay, generics