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Pharmacist filling prescription in pharmacy drugstore. Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas Judge Gary Glazer said the carrier gave no evidence that the Pharmacy Act had been violated. (Photo: Shutterstock)

A Pennsylvania judge has dismissed a lawsuit by insurance company Liberty Mutual against nine pharmacies and more than a dozen doctors over allegations that the physicians were receiving unlawful kickbacks when they prescribed compound creams in workers’ compensation cases from the pharmacies in which they had ownership stakes.

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