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Breaking News: Manhattan Doc in NY AG Case Files Answer Targeting the FDA and Says New Yorkers have a Privacy Right to the Treatment and a First Amendment Right to Info About it

Breaking News: Manhattan Doc in NY AG Case Files Answer Targeting the FDA and Says New Yorkers have a Privacy Right to the Treatment and a First Amendment Right to Info About it

Earlier this month, the New York Attorney General’s Office filed a false advertising case against a Manhattan Stem Cell clinic owned by Joel Singer, M.D. The clinic offers autologous stem cell transplant procedures for a wide variety of medical conditions. The clinic used to be affilated with the California Cell Surgical Network run by Mark Berman and Elliot Lander, who as you know, are defendants in one of the two FDA’s civil injunction lawsuits. Here is the Washington Post article…

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The Feds Send Some Love Letters to CBD Companies

The Feds Send Some Love Letters to CBD Companies

CBD is the new gold rush in complementary and integrative health. It’s everywhere. But while CBD based products may be legal federally, they are obviously not approved drugs, and are at best regarded as dietary supplements. As such, no medical claims can be made. But legal technicalities have not stopped the CBD companies from marketing their products as miracle cures for all things pain related and more. And therein lies the problem according to the feds. Two days ago there…

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Brief Memo on Advertising to Private Stem Cell Clinics (Especially the “Affiliates” of the two Defendant Organizations)

Brief Memo on Advertising to Private Stem Cell Clinics (Especially the “Affiliates” of the two Defendant Organizations)

Now would be a good time for private stem cell clinics to change their web site advertising

Update on the Green Pharmaceuticals Homeopathy Case/You Do What You Can

Update on the Green Pharmaceuticals Homeopathy Case/You Do What You Can

To recap and expand on my prior post on the case: (http://rickjaffeesq.com/2017/11/05/big-trouble-ahead-companies-selling-homeopathic-remedies-california-revised/) Green Pharmaceuticals which makes SnoreStop was sued by a bottom feeding (IMO) plaintiffs class action law firm for false advertising and unfair business practices in California. The theory of the case was that homeopathy is unscientific nonsense and none of the product’s ingredients have any possible effect on snoring. What made the case harder for the plaintiffs’ lawyers was that unlike most homeopathic products, the claims supporting SnoreStop…

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