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Hi-Tech CEO Wheat Arrested In FDA Investigation Of Steroid-Spiked Supplements

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

Hi-Tech Pharmaceuticals CEO Jared Wheat and an associate face 18 criminal charges in federal court alleging they falsified FDA documents and distributed as supplements products containing steroid ingredient. Wheat is appealing the indictment to federal circuit court.

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