Next Call Could Be Regulators After hGH Direct Seller Ignores Industry Self-Regulation Process
Direct seller New U Life may face regulatory scrutiny after two BBB National Programs, Inc. industry self-regulation programs reported it failed to stop using bogus health claims, including treating COVID-19.
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