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HIV medication provided by Medicare may be getting into the hands of patients who do not even have the disease. In 2012, over $30 million worth of the drugs went to individuals with no records of being diagnosed with HIV, while others have found ways to receive ten times the amount of medication that a normal patient requires, according to a report by the Inspector General of the Department of Health and Human Services. RT’s Ameera David looks at the report and the details it contains.
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