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FRAMINGHAM – The former co-owner and president of now shuttered New England Compounding Center was sentenced to 14.5 years by a federal judge on Wednesday, July 7.

Barry Caden, the founder of the closed Framingham pharmaceutical company, that was responsible for a deadly meningitis outbreak across America, was re-sentenced after the 1st Circuit Ciourt of Appeals vacated his 9-year sentence in 2020.

New England Compounding Center was located in Framingham on Route 135. The company was linked to a deadly 20212 meningitis outbreak that killed 100 individuals and infected hundreds of others.

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