Cancer doctor gave needless chemo in $35m fraud, prosecutors say

Prosecutors in Michigan say that Dr. Farid Fata, a trusted oncologist with more than 1,000 patients, would tell people they had cancer when they didn't, then order chemotherapy treatment as part of an alleged $35 million fraud.
Watch the video report by TODAY National Investigative Correspondent Jeff Rossen above or <a href="" target="_blank">click here to read the story</a>.
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