A New Jersey man was sentenced to six years in prison Wednesday after pleading guilty to conspiracy and money laundering for his role in giving doctors cash, strippers, cars and prostitutes for sending patients’ blood work to Biodiagnostic Laboratory Services.
A New Jersey man was sentenced to six years in prison Wednesday after pleading guilty to conspiracy and money laundering for his role in giving doctors cash, strippers, cars and prostitutes for sending patients’ blood work to Biodiagnostic Laboratory Services. Denis Poroy AP
A New Jersey man was sentenced to six years in prison Wednesday after pleading guilty to conspiracy and money laundering for his role in giving doctors cash, strippers, cars and prostitutes for sending patients’ blood work to Biodiagnostic Laboratory Services. Denis Poroy AP

Patients got needless blood work. Their doctors got sex, cars and strippers, N.J. prosecutors say

June 13, 2018 09:02 PM