Federal agents went to three Greater Cincinnati cancer centers, which are overseen by Indian-American Dr. Prakash Patel, according to news reports.
Cincinnati Business Courier said that Federal agents went to the Clermont County Cancer Center in Batavia, the Adams County Cancer Center in Seaman and the Scioto County Cancer Center in Portsmouth as part of a federal investigation on Tuesday.
Dr. Patel, a radiation oncologist, oversees the three centers, which offer radiation treatment for cancer. Officials with the cancer centers and the FBI refused to disclose details of the investigation that stemmed from a sealed federal warrant.
An FBI spokesman said patients should call ahead to make sure they will be able to receive treatment during their appointment time, Cincinnati Business Courier.