cheerleader wrote:Hi Shayk---
The Consortium was in the news this morning, for laundering pharma dollars. At the center of the scandal is June Halper, executive director of the CMSC.
Frank Timmons, Serono employee stated to Amato, "We have a whole money-laundering thing going on with June Halper."
Serono has been fined $44 million by the US government, because they filed claims with Medicaid and Medicare to write off these Rebif kickbacks to neuros.
Here's the lawsuit initiated by Serono employee and whistle blower, Tim Amato in 2005....
I believe that the CMSC no longer has any credibility within the MS community, and executive director June Halper and the doctors who received kickbacks, including Dr. Alan Bowling of Colorado and Dr. Dan Mikol of Michigan, should be indicted.
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