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U.S. says gene testing firm gets 25-year ban in $42.6 million kickback settlement

7 monthes ago   |   By Reuters

A New Orleans-based genetics testing company and its three principals will pay $42.6 million to resolve charges they defrauded the federal government by paying kickbacks for referrals and billing for medically unnecessary tests, the U.S. Department of Justice said on Wednesday.
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Mark Zuckerberg told enraged employees Facebook might change its policy on politicians using violent speech

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