Report examines liver damage claims tied to Hydroxycut

02/15/2010 | Reuters

A new report in the American Journal of Gastroenterology details 17 new cases of liver damage attributed to weight-loss supplements sold under the name Hydroxycut. The products, which were removed from the U.S. market last year, were previously linked to nearly two dozen instances of liver ailments, including inflammation and severe tissue death.

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