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Pharmaceutical companies MSD (known as 'Merck & Co' in the US) and Glenmark have argued that the class certification of wholesale buyers of cholesterol drug Zetia (ezetimibe) should be reversed because the circumstances of the class members do not justify an award of class status.
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