Which seems like a better use of money — more than a decade of federally funded cancer research or one year’s worth of fraudulent insurance claims? The price tags, it turns out, are the same: $80 billion. Insurance fraud is a widespread and continuous problem in the United States, according to David Glawe, president and…
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