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2 California companies settle allegations of selling fetal tissue

Two California bioscience companies have reached a $7.8 million settlement with the Orange County district attorney's office over allegations that they illegally sold fetal tissue to companies around the world, prosecutors said.

According to the settlement signed Monday,

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