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Data show $20m held by meningitis-tied pharmacy owners

SPRINGFIELD — Filings to date in the bankruptcy case of a pharmacy tied to a deadly ­meningitis outbreak show that its owners have about $20 million in frozen bank and investment accounts.

The filings, first reported by The Tennessean, came after a judge last month froze the ­assets of Barry and Lisa ­Cadden and of Gregory and Carla Conigliaro of the New England Compounding Center.

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