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NEW YORK — The US Department of Justice announced on Friday that it has charged 35 people for allegedly billing Medicare over $2.1 billion for unnecessary cancer genetic tests.

Defendants in the case include individuals associated with telemedicine companies and genetic testing labs, as well as medical professionals including nine doctors, across Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, South Carolina, and Texas.

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