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Wrongfully accused Physician innocent of billing fraud charge


Khaled Jabboury, MD, prevailed in his 10-day criminal trial last year against Aetna, Humana, United, and Blue Cross and Blue Shield, all of which accused him of fraudulently billing Herceptin as a single-dose vial instead of a multidose vial.


“To me, it’s very clear that the system is not adequate or fair.”


BY CRYSTAL CONDE Despite being embroiled in a nightmarish lawsuit that jeopar- dized his professional future and personal freedom, Khaled Jabboury, MD, describes his ordeal as “a message of love.” The oncologist’s devoted cancer survivors packed a Houston courtroom daily to support their embattled physician during his 10-day criminal trial on fraud charges last fall. “It was a fight of good versus evil, and I stood strong every step of the way as the system tried to put me down and treated me like a criminal. I received a mag-


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PHOTOS BY BRETT BUCHANAN


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