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By Bob Lamendola, South Florida Sun-Sentinel Knight Ridder/Tribune Business News
Feb. 3--A federal grand jury has indicted a suspended Oakland Park doctor and two Arizona drug distributors, accusing them of running a scheme that sold illegal "fake or mimic Botox" to 219 doctors, prosecutors said Wednesday.
In a case that arose from the November botulism poisonings of four wrinkle-shot patients at an Oakland Park clinic, federal agents in Tucson arrested Chad Livdahl and Zahra Karim on 48 counts of wire fraud, mail fraud and illegal medical sales. They were charged with peddling unapproved botulinum type A toxin via four companies
Also indicted on those charges, but not arrested, was Bach McComb, the suspended doctor who paralyzed …