HIV/AIDS Not-for-Profit Files Lawsuit Against Bristol-Myers
Last week, the not-for-profit AIDS Healthcare Foundation filed a lawsuit against pharmaceutical company Bristol-Myers Squibb alleging that the company overcharged for medication by more than $124,000 from January to June of 2010. The foundation is based in Los Angeles and provides treatment around the world for individuals with HIV and AIDS. BMS spokesperson Sonia Choi said the company is reviewing the complaint.
- "AIDS Charity Sues Bristol-Myers, Saying It Overcharged for Medication" (Pfeifer, "Money & Company," Los Angeles Times, 11/29).