Colorado will be part of a 37-state, $90 million settlement with GlaxoSmithKline to resolve allegations that the drug manufacturer unlawfully promoted Avandia, a diabetes medication. Under the settlement, announced by Attorney General John Suthers, the state will receive $1.9 million in funds because the pharmaceutical company did not disclose all the medication’s negative side […]

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