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Medical Device Maker ACell, Inc. Pleads Guilty And Will Pay $15M To Resolve Criminal Charges And Civil False Claims Allegations

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Medical Device Maker ACell, Inc. Pleads Guilty And Will Pay $15M To Resolve Criminal Charges And Civil False Claims Allegations

Medical Device Maker ACell, Inc. Pleads Guilty And Will Pay $15M To Resolve Criminal Charges And Civil False Claims Allegations

ACell, Inc.

(ACell) a Maryland-based medical device manufacturer, pleaded guilty to charges relating to its MicroMatrix powder wound-dressing product.

Ken Molestina reports.

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