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Feds charge Internet pharmacy with peddling diet drugs

  1. Universal Expat
    PHILADELPHIA A federal prosecutor in Philadelphia says two doctors helped peddle (m) millions of dollars worth of diet drugs through a shady online pharmacy.
    U-S Attorney Patrick Meehan says 57-year-old Steven Klinman of Elkins Park and 42-year-old Ranvir Ahlawat of Toms River, New Jersey, approved thousands of prescriptions without seeing anyone in person.

    Meehan says the pharmacy was run by a California man. That man's lawyer says there's nothing wrong with doctors prescribing drugs without a face-to-face meeting.

    Im looking for more info on this. This could set a serious precedent for online presciption drug sales depending on how the court rules in the case.


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