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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_England_Compounding_Center

New England Compounding Center (NECC) was a compounding pharmacy founded in 1998. Based in Framingham, Massachusetts, NECC was a family-run business owned by Barry J. Cadden, his wife, Lisa Cadden (née Conigliaro) who was also a pharmacist, and her brother Gregory Conigliaro.

www.bostonglobe.com/metro/2016/07/29/plead-guilty-connection-with-compounding-pharmacy-case/hC9qyib6ZK50X16bjKEpfJ/story.html

Carla Conigliaro, who owned 55 percent of New England Compounding Center, and her husband, Douglas Conigliaro, will plead guilty to “structuring.” By Milton J. Valencia Globe Staff July 29, 2016. The majority owner of the New England Compounding Center, the Framingham pharmacy blamed for a 2012 meningitis ...

www.bostonglobe.com/metro/2016/11/09/owner-framingham-pharmacy-that-sickened-hundreds-gets-probation-for-cash-withdrawals/5iT0JpliJxCjVZgVoXvWsN/story.html

Nov 9, 2016 ... The majority owner of a shuttered Framingham pharmacy linked to a deadly fungal meningitis outbreak in 2012 will receive no jail time for illegally withdrawing thousands of dollars from bank accounts, federal prosecutors revealed Wednesday. Carla Conigliaro, a 53-year-old Dedham resident who owned ...

www.nytimes.com/2012/10/25/health/with-meningitis-outbreak-a-spotlight-on-family-behind-compounding-pharmacy.html

Oct 24, 2012 ... But the Massachusetts records show that when New England Compounding was founded in 1998, the majority stake actually belonged to the wife of another brother, Dr. Douglas Conigliaro. His wife, Carla Conigliaro, was listed as having 65 percent of the company. Dr. Conigliaro, 51, an anesthesiologist, ...

boston.cbslocal.com/2016/11/10/necc-carla-conigliaro-doug-conigliaro-new-england-compounding-center

Nov 10, 2016 ... BOSTON (AP) — The majority owner of a Massachusetts pharmacy blamed for a deadly fungal meningitis outbreak has been sentenced to a year of probation and fined $4,500 for financial crimes. Carla Conigliaro was sentenced Wednesday in federal court after pleading guilty in July to illegally ...

www.wbur.org/news/2017/01/04/meningitis-outbreak-cadden-case-explainer

Jan 4, 2017 ... Two other defendants — Carla Conigliaro, the majority owner of NECC, and her husband, Douglas Conigliaro -- pleaded guilty in July to illegally transferring assets after the meningitis outbreak. They were sentenced in November to probation and ordered to pay fines. NECC's sales director, Robert Ronzio, ...

www.reuters.com/article/us-massachusetts-meningitis-idUSKBN1341XY

Nov 9, 2016 ... BOSTON (Reuters) - A married couple who held a majority stake in a Massachusetts pharmacy that sparked a 2012 meningitis outbreak that killed 64 people were sentenced to probation on Wednesday after pleading guilty to financial crimes. Carla Conigliaro, the 53-year-old former majority owner of the ...

www.metrowestdailynews.com/news/20160729/dedham-couple-pleads-guilty-in-framingham-compounding-pharmacy-case

Jul 29, 2016 ... BOSTON – The majority owner of Framingham-based New England Compounding Center and her husband pleaded guilty Friday to illegally withdrawing $124000 in cash during the investigation of a fungal meningitis outbreak caused by tainted drugs sold by their company.Carla Conigliaro, 53, the  ...

www.wcvb.com/article/couple-linked-to-necc-pleads-guilty-to-financial-crimes-1/8237734

Jul 29, 2016 ... His wife, Carla Conigliaro, pleaded guilty to financial wrongdoing. She had an account in Florida, where she made 11 withdrawals in less than a month. She was the majority owner of NECC, although neither of the Conigliaros had a day- to-day role at the pharmacy. Carla and Douglas Conigliaro have been ...