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Michigan Firm’s Nasal Spray Neither A COVID-19 Treatment Nor For Nasal Use

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CofixRx and Sensory Cloud are latest OTC nasal spray marketers FDA warned about fraudulent COVID-19 claims. While the others’ violations were limited to violative claims, CofixRx also warned the active ingredient in its spray is limited to topical use.

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