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US COVID-19 Fraud: Latest Chloride Dioxide Products Linked To Claims Are Oral Rinses

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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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