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New Jersey doctor ordered life-threatening treatments in $19m fraud

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Dr. Jose Katz was sentenced Tuesday to six and a half years in prison and ordered to pay $19 million in restitution after federal prosecutors said he subjected thousands of patients to unnecessary and potentially life-threatening tests and treatment, sometimes by unlicensed personnel, in an eight-year, multi-million dollar health care fraud scheme. Katz, 69, of Closter, N.J., was a cardiologist...

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