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    2 charged in $48 million Livonia pharmacy scheme to make health care claims for dead patients

    Two men have been charged in connection with a Livonia pharmacy scheme in which $48 million worth of health care claims were made for patients after their dates of death, according to court records.

    Hossam Tanana, 53, of Dearborn, and Mahmoud Makki, 36, of Dearborn, are accused of conspiracy to launder monetary instruments after an investigation into LifeCare Pharmacy in Livonia, officials said.


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