German pharmaceutical firm Bayer has agreed to pay $40m in a settlement with the US Department of Justice (DoJ) to resolve allegations of kickbacks paid to physicians to use its medicines.
Two cases were pursued by whistleblower Laurie Simpson from Bayer’s marketing team. She is expected to recei...
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