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Update: Sens found guilty of misdemeanors in misbranded cancer drug case

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GREENEVILLE, TN (WJHL) - Dr. A.K. Sen and his wife Patricia were found guilty of introducing misbranded drugs into interstate commerce.
The Sens were convicted on counts 1-29 of an 83 count indictment. All those counts were misdemeanors. The Sens were not convicted of any felonies.
A sentencing hearing has been scheduled for April 30.
Below is an earlier post for this story.
The jury in the case of a Greeneville cancer doctor accused of using misbranded drugs has reached a verdict.
Dr. A.K. Sen and his wife Patricia rejected a plea agreement earlier this month.
The couple is accused of buying $3 million worth of unapproved, misbranded cancer drugs and giving them to patients at East Tennessee Cancer and Blood Center in Greeneville.
The trial of the Sens began last week. A verdict is expected to be announced soon.
Keep checking WJHL.com for more information on this developing story.
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