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2 charged in $17M cancer drug fraud out of Great Neck-based pharmaceutical company Pharmalogical

William Scully and Sharad Lameh, of Pharmalogical, were

William Scully and Sharad Lameh, of Pharmalogical, were at the federal courthouse in Central Islip Wednesday where they pleaded not guilty to the 73-count indictment. (April 30, 2014 5:29 PM)

Two men at a Great Neck pharmaceutical company are accused of selling $17 million worth of counterfeit prescription drugs, including fake cancer drugs.

William Scully and Sharad Lameh, of Pharmalogical, were at the federal courthouse in Central Islip Wednesday and pleaded not guilty to the 73-count indictment.

Prosecutors say Scully and Lameh sold $17 million worth of “misbranded and...

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