FDA cracks down on products with false cancer claims

06/17/2008 | Wall Street Journal, The

The FDA has issued warnings to companies that sell supplements and products claiming to prevent, treat or cure cancers. Many of the products, which are not approved by the agency, can be found on the Internet and may cause harmful interactions with common cancer treatments, officials said.

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