US 2021 Consumer Health Fraud Headaches Include Securities Scam By ‘Fast-Acting Aspirin’ Firm
COVID-19 Remains Common In Unlawful Sales, Claims Investigated By DoJ, FDA
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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