Thursday, July 07, 2005

medical education collaborative

Avoiding Fraud
FDA defines health fraud as the promotion, advertisement,
distribution, or sale of articles, intended for human or animal use, that
are represented as being effective to diagnose, prevent, cure, treat, or
mitigate disease (or other conditions), or provide a beneficial effect on
health, but which have not been scientifically proven safe and effective
for such purposes. Such practices may be deliberately deceptive, or
done without adequate knowledge or understanding of the article.

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