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In return, Anand paid Saraiya based on how many patients he saw and how many pills he dispensed to patients on a daily basis.
In prescribing the medications, Anand and Saraiya failed to determine whether patients had first made efforts to lose weight through diet and exercise, a prerequisite to prescribing controlled substances for weight loss.
During the course of the investigation, several undercover law enforcement agents purchased controlled substances at the clinics without any of the appropriate medical protocols.
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