$345 Million Settlement in Claritin Marketing Case

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The drug company Schering-Plough has agreed to pay a fine of $345 million to settle federal criminal and civil charges relating to how it marketed its popular antihistamine Claritin. NPR's Snigdha Prakash reports.



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