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‘Pill mill’ doctors deserve more time

April 26, 2013
The Inter-Mountain

For about a year and a half, Dr. Fernando Gonzales-Ramos made quarterly trips from his home in El Paso, Texas, to a rundown building in Logan, W.Va. There, for hefty fees, Gonzales-Ramos wrote prescriptions for controlled substances. It took an FBI informant just three minutes and $450 to obtain a prescription for the painkiller hydrocodone.



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