AbbVie Deployed Nurses As 'Runners And Cappers' In Humira Kickback Scheme, Suit Alleges
California Insurance Commissioner claims AbbVie gave kickbacks for healthcare providers to prescribe Humira and had nurse 'ambassadors' insert themselves between patients and physicians.
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