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100 (stating that health fraud enforcement has been a top priority since 1993).
Taitsman also discusses relevant health fraud laws that can impact physician practices and what doctors can expect of the OIG's efforts to fight Medicare fraud in the future.
The government touted the False Claims Act (FCA) as a leading tool in the fight against health fraud and recoupment of funding.
The latest volume in Pharmaceuticals policy and law, this issue focuses on health fraud, misinformation, quackery, and the social context in which they arise.
A key colleague of the authors, Stephen Barrett, the webmaster and a board member of the National Council Against Health Fraud (NCAHF), has posted online at www.
President of the Medical Council Dr George Potamidis stated that health fraud in Cyprus was a reality and one that is difficult to police.
The initiative originated from consumer complaints and a web search for fraudulent cancer products conducted by the FDA, FTC and members of the Mexico-United States--Canada Health Fraud Working Group.
Health Robbers is a comprehensive book on health fraud that discusses specific forms of quackery, why quackery persists, and what can be done about fraud.
Baratz, a Boston-area internist and president of the National Council Against Health Fraud, does not see the value in fasting.
After a grand jury investigation, Walker and Green were arrested Wednesday and, along with Garabet, face seven counts of health fraud, carrying a maximum statutory penalty of 10 years in federal prison.
Drawing on novels, cartoons, trade magazines, health fraud investigation records, newspapers, and manuals as well as close readings of print advertisements, de la Pena argues that mechanization and industrialization not only generated new modes of production, but also new experiences of the human body.

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