US 2021 Consumer Health Fraud Headaches Include Securities Scam By ‘Fast-Acting Aspirin’ Firm
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FDA worked on investigations with US Attorneys’ offices and other federal agencies of unlawful sales of supplements promoted to prevent or treat COVID-19 as well as other diseases and health conditions and of prescription drugs offered OTC for muscle growth or sexual enhancement.
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