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WN.com 01/09/2019 17:21
BOSTON (AP) — The former chief executive of a company that produces a potentially addictive fentanyl spray pleaded guilty Wednesday to scheming with his colleagues to bribe doctors into increasing prescriptions to boost sales. Former Insys Therapeutics CEO Michael Babich also agreed to cooperate with federal prosecutors who are preparing to go to trial in Boston later this month against the Chandler, Arizona-based company's wealthy co-founder, John Kapoor, and other executives. Prosecutors say Kapoor, Babich and others conspired to pay kickbacks to doctors in the form of speaking fees to get them to prescribe the powerful opioid painkiller to more people and in higher doses while the opioid...

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