WASHINGTON - A U.S. court said on Friday that Martin Shkreli, who famously raised the price of Daraprim, would be ordered to pay $64.6 million and would be barred for life from the pharmaceutical industry.

The drug is used to treat toxoplasmosis, a parasitic infection that threatens people with weakened immune systems.

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