A pharmacy technician at the University of Miami’s Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center has been charged with four counts of grand theft stemming from accusations that he stole more than $14-million in cancer drugs over a three-year period, according to The Miami Herald. The newspaper reported that the alleged thefts went undetected until May 2011, when a pharmacy buyer at the university noticed that hundreds of syringes of an expensive cancer drug had gone missing. That finding led to the arrest of the technician, Manuel Gerardo Pacheco. The university said in a statement that inventory controls at the cancer center had failed to detect the thefts, and that security has since been tightened. Mr. Pacheco has pleaded not guilty and is awaiting trial.