Cancer, HIV 'Cure' Claims Prompt Consent Decree For Vibrant Life Firm
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
DoJ filed the complaint and numerous others following more than a year of investigations by multiple federal agencies in the supplement market, with some leading to criminal charges. Clifford Woods continued making cancer, HIV, arthritis and other disease claims for its Vibrant Life supplements following a 2013 warning.
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