U.S. officials to investigate price gouging for flu vaccines

10/8/2004 | NYTimes.com

Federal health officials plan to investigate reports of price gouging for flu vaccines, although it was not clear what action could be taken against distributors or doctors taking advantage of the vaccine shortage. One report from California said a vendor had called a hospital pharmacist and offered to sell his supply of Aventis-produced vaccine for 10 times the usual price.

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