Gilead to face HIV antitrust claims
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Gilead and its alleged co-conspirators Bristol-Myers Squibb, Japan Tobacco, and Johnson & Johnson have been accused of engaging in a long-running scheme to suppress competition in the market for HIV prevention therapies.
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Gilead, antitrust, HIV drugs, competition, BMS, Japan Tobacco, Johnson & Johnson, antiretrovirals, generics