Armstrong Wants Cancer Records Subpoena Quashed

Law360, New York (August 5, 2015, 1:37 PM EDT) -- Disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong asked a D.C. federal court on Tuesday to quash a subpoena issued by the government in the False Claims Act suit against him, saying that medical records from his cancer treatment have nothing to do with the doping scandal at the center of the case.

The government subpoenaed the Indiana University School of Medicine at the end of last month, seeking Armstrong’s personal medical records about a testicular cancer surgery he had at the facility in 1996. In his motion to quash, Armstrong argues that the government wants to use the records to show that he used...

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