Pharmaceutical distributor McKesson has asked a federal court in Philadelphia to dismiss more than 90 claims brought against it over the shingles vaccine Zostavax.

San Francisco-based McKesson, which is facing claims that it misrepresented the vaccine’s safety, filed a motion to dismiss Thursday in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, contending that 92 cases should be dismissed because the complaints failed to give sufficient details about the allegations.

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