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Orange County prosecuters file suit against biological suppliers, alleging unlawful pricing of fetal tissue

The Orange County district attorney's office has filed suit against two biological supply companies for allegedly selling fetal-derived cells and tissues at unlawfully high markups to drug companies and academic institutions around the world. The suit, which was filed Wednesday, names Orange County-based...
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