Ebola virus has dominated headlines over the past several months, allowing for unsavory supplement sellers to dupe consumers with illegal "cures."
In September, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration sent warning letters to Utah-based Young Living and New Jersey-based Natural Solutions Foundation for bogus claims on their supplement products. The companies' websites included such ludicrous statements as:
" US GOVERNMENT RESEARCH SHOW[S] THAT THERE IS A CURE FOR EBOLA ...AND IT IS NANO SILVER. ..."
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