A nationwide group of pharmacies failed in its bid to stop the merger of two of the country’s largest pharmaceutical benefits management companies — Medco Health Solutions and Express Scripts — with the ruling of a federal judge in Pittsburgh, who dismissed all of its antitrust claims save one regarding the sale of certain specialty drugs.

The pharmacies sought an injunction days before the April merger, a move, they argued, that violated the Clayton Act.

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