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Four Individuals Indicted in $32,000,000 Health Care Fraud Conspiracy
Four Individuals Indicted in $32,000,000 Health Care Fraud Conspiracy

An operator, medical director, and two uncertified practitioners at a medical clinic in Texas are currently in custody on indictments associated with their purported engagement in a 32 million U.S. dollar health care fraud conspiracy. Hamid Reza Razavi, age 60, from Houston, Texas, Farrah...

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