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Fourteen former employees or associates of the New England Compounding Center were arrested Wednesday on charges related to tainted steroids the Framingham pharmacy produced in 2012 that killed 64 people across the country and injured 751, some permanently.

NECC co-owner Barry Cadden and supervisory pharmacist Glenn Chin both face second-degree murder charges under federal racketeering conspiracy law that carry a maximum of life in prison. Listen to a full report above from WBUR's Martha Bebinger.

This segment aired on December 17, 2014.

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