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Feds make 412 arrests in health care fraud crackdown

Citing the opioid abuse crisis and ongoing health care fraud, the U.S. Justice Department announced 412 arrests, and called the move the biggest crackdown in U.S. history.

Naloxone is used to block the effects of opioids, especially in overdose.

Citing the opioid abuse crisis and ongoing health care fraud, the U.S. Justice Department announced 412 arrests, and called the move the biggest crackdown in U.S. history. (Reuters)

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