Class-Action Suit Targets Firm Fighting Aging Via Telomerase Activation
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Telomerase Activation Sciences, Inc. makes claims that are “knowingly false” and fails to warn consumers about the potential risks associated with its T.A. 65 supplement, according to a class-action suit filed by a former employee.
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Nutraceutical marketer T.A. Sciences is developing a skin-care product based on the molecule TA-65, which it says maintains or increases the length of telomeres - genetic elements believed to play a central role in cell aging
The sellers of the anti-aging “cure-all” reached an agreement with the FTC in February that prohibits them from making false and unsubstantiated health claims and requires them to pay $660,000 in total to the Commission. Refund checks now are being issued to more than 1,300 defrauded consumers.