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N.C. to get part of $12.2 million Victory Pharma settlement

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Posted: Monday, February 18, 2013 7:05 pm

RALEIGH — The N.C. Attorney General’s Office said Monday that Victory Pharma will pay $12.2 million for allegedly paying doctors to write prescriptions for its drugs. North Carolina will receive $293,891 as part of the settlement.

The settlement resolves allegations that Victory Pharma paid physicians for writing prescriptions for the drugs Naprelan (an anti-inflammatory drug), Xodol (a painkiller), Fexmid (a muscle relaxant) and Dolgic (used to treat tension headaches) for three years beginning in 2007.

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