US Agencies Warn Company Claiming Electromagnetic Nanoparticles ‘Eradicate’ COVID-19 Virus
Dallas-based Indigenous Products, which suggested online that its nebulizer-delivered electromagnetic silver nanoparticles could “eradicate” the novel coronavirus, is among the latest recipients of warning letters from the US FDA and/or FTC to firms making COVID-19 claims.
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