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Dr. Joseph Rudolph

Dr. Joseph Rudolph was accused by the federal government of illegally benefiting from a federal prescription drug program. The allergist imported prescription drugs from Canada, thus providing discounts to his patients, until the government ordered him to desist. Prosecutors accused him of illegally selling discounted medicines to doctors nationwide from January 2004 to August 2005. A deadlocked jury in May led to the attorney's office deciding not to retry him. Dr. Rudolph agreed to pay $565,000 to settle the civil lawsuit and not to use the federal 340B Drug Pricing Program again. (Jun-14-06) [PITTSBURGH TRIBUNE-REVIEW]

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Published on Jun-14-06


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