US COVID-19 Fraud: Latest Chloride Dioxide Products Linked To Claims Are Oral Rinses
Previous businesses FDA warned about COVID-19 claims for chlorine dioxide, a bleach solution, were marketing dietary supplements unlawfully. But Pro Breath MD's oral rinses available under the Dentist Select and OraCare brands are allowed and FDA isn’t asking the firm to discontinue distribution.
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FDA’s latest COVID-19 warnings note fewer violative claims than identified in previous warnings to consumer health firms. One had a single noncompliant claim on its website, while another’s violations included identifying potential symptoms of COVID-19. Four men associated with a Florida church face counts of conspiracy to defraud the US and of contempt of court stemming from COVID-1 claims for a bleach solution.
The combination of Genesis II Church's rejection of FDA's warning, the potential for serious adverse events linked to its chlorine dioxide formulation and its claims the product treats COVID-19 led FDA to seek an injunction to stop sales of the product a week after it warned the group.
FDA says it "recently received new" AERs linked to products as it repeats a warning initially made in 2010 about dangers of products marketed as "Miracle Mineral Solution," "Miracle Mineral Supplement," "MMS," "Chlorine Dioxide (CD) Protocol," "Water Purification Solution (WPS)" and with similar brand names.