GlaxoSmithKline, a top pharma company, topped the pharma news charts when imposed with allegations on illegal marketing of its diabetes drug, Avadia.
However GSK has agreed to pay $90 million to resolve all its allegations by prosecutors, in 38 states that the pharmaceutical company illegally marketed the diabetes drug Avandia, a onetime multibillion-dollar-a-year seller whose sales plummeted after the drug was linked to heart-attack risks.
As reported in the pharma news report, Glaxo and the states reached a settlement shortly thereafter, according to a statement Thursday from Oregon's attorney general, who helped lead the investigation.
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