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NEW YORK – Newly public diagnostic firm Progenity announced Thursday it has settled with the US Department of Justice and the US Department of Health and Human Services to resolve allegations of improper business, promotional, and billing practices.

Under the agreement, the company will pay $35.8 million to settle the federal complaints and won't be prosecuted by the DOJ. Progenity also expects to pay an additional $13.2 million to various state attorneys general to resolve additional claims.

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