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Ireland-headquartered Endo Pharmaceuticals agreed to pay $2.3 million to 18 states late last week, settling allegations that the drugmaker paid a competitor to keep a generic version of pain relief drug Lidoderm (Lidocaine patch 5%) off the market.
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