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Customers sue UnitedHealth over prescription drug co-pay costs

(Reuters) - UnitedHealth Group Inc has been sued by three customers who accused the largest U.S. health insurer of charging co-payments for prescription drugs that were higher than their actual cost and pocketing the difference.
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