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NEW YORK – The US Attorney's Office, Western District of Virginia said on Tuesday that Michael Dube, the former owner of American Toxicology Labs (ATL), has been to 36 months in federal prison for healthcare fraud.

Dube previously pleaded guilty to two felony counts of healthcare fraud in a scheme involving his wife, Regan Dube. In 2011, Dube pleaded guilty to one count of intentionally omitting information in reports required under the Federal Controlled Substances Act and was excluded from participation in any federal healthcare program.

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