NEW YORK, July 19- U.S. antitrust officials will file lawsuits to stop the two large health insurance deals they have been scrutinizing for a year, Anthem Inc's acquisition of Cigna Corp and Aetna Inc's takeover of Humana Inc, a person familiar with the matter told Reuters. Anthem officials said in May that the Justice Department was particularly concerned about... » Read More
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