Federal prosecutors propose that each cancer victim given diluted drugs by Kansas City pharmacist Robert Courtney be given $2,500 in restitution. The plan is part of the criminal case against Courtney, not the civil case being pursued against drug manufacturers. In December, Courtney was sentenced to 30 years in prison for diluting chemotherapy medications. Prosecutors estimate the scheme took place over a 10-year period and affected as many as 4,200 patients and nearly $100,000 prescriptions. Courtney gave up more than $10-Million to pay for restitution.