Two more doctors have received prison terms for their roles in a long-running bribes-for-test referrals scheme involving a northern New Jersey lab company.
Federal prosecutors say Eugene DeSimone, a 60-year-old Eatontown resident who practiced in Secaucus, and Franz Goyzueta, a 67-year-old New York resident with a practice there, both received 37-month sentences on Tuesday. DeSimone also must forfeit $260,500, while Goyzueta must forfeit $72,000.
Each doctor had pleaded guilty to accepting bribes.
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