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"This was not good medicine, this was good lawyering," the mother of a patient dependent upon the drug tells NBC News. "They found a loophole and they took advantage of it." More on the accusations that a drug company is exploiting the law meant to encourage drug development for rare diseases on tonight's broadcast.
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