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Drug company whistleblower bribed doctors, wore a wire for the feds

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In an exclusive interview, Ozzie Bilotta explains why he went undercover to expose how Novartis used financial incentives to get doctors to prescribe its drugs. “If you're convinced what is going on is wrong, you should pursue it. But it's not an easy road,” he says.