Unfortunately, there are now scores of online companies advertising phony “miracle” products that allegedly cure diabetes. In fact, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) have just recently sent out over 200 warning letters to many of these companies.
In a October 19, 2006 press release, Margaret O’K. Glavin, the FDA’s Associate Commissioner for Regulatory Affairs, says, “We will not tolerate practices that raise false hopes and bilk consumers of precious health care dollars. Diabetes requires effective treatments and aggressive management, not bogus and unproven products.”
And Lydia Parnes, Director of FTC’s Bureau of Consumer Protection, states: “The Internet can be a great source of information, but it also is a billboard for ads that promise miracle cures for diabetes and other serious diseases.”
Clearly, the Internet offers tons of information — Google.com lists over 90 million webpages for the keyword “diabetes”. Yet…
How Can You Distinguish All The Mis-Information From The Facts?!?
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