US Enforcement On COVID-19 Consumer Health Fraud Circles Back To Ayurvedic Products
Georgia firm promoted a product as interrupting “infection chain” of coronavirus. Total of fraudulent COVID-19 claims FDA’s found in consumer health space approaches 200.
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