J&J's Proganix Hair 'Repair' Claims Draw False-Advertising Suit
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
"The truth is that damaged hair cannot be repaired," says the plaintiff in a putative class action in New York district court, challenging claims on the firm's Proganix Repair products.
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