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Homeopathic Remedy Fraud Legal News Articles & Interviews
February 7, 2012. By Jane Mundy.
Read [ Natural Remedy Fraud: Take Lipozene with a Grain of Salt ]
Washington, DC Some companies practicing Natural Remedy Fraud are as sneaky and slick as snake-oil salespeople. Take Lipozene, for example. Its website is rife with referrals about clinical studies endorsed by the Obesity Research Institute. It appears that this "institute" is the manufacturer of Lipozene.
January 25, 2012. By Charles Benson.
Read [ Doctors Note Homeopathic Remedies "Seldom Effective" ]
Fairfax, New Zealand Collodial silver, deer velvet, arnica and an assortment of other treatments classified as homeopathic remedies are a "waste of time and money," and can sometimes be harmful, doctors say.
January 17, 2012. By Heidi Turner.
Read [ FDA Issues Warning about Certain Homeopathic Remedies ]
San Francisco, CA It is not that every homeopathic remedy is a scam. The problem is when homeopathic fraud occurs; when a person or company markets a product that has no proven benefits and can, in fact, harm people. In such cases, consumers may be able to file a homeopathy fraud lawsuit, alleging they were injured by the use of the homeopathic product.
January 10, 2012. By Gordon Gibb.
Read [ Hope or Hype? The Scourge of Homeopathic Fraud ]
Palm Beach, FL The snake-oil salesman is alive and well, even in 2012. The products may have changed since the days of the horse and buggy, when travelling vendors would set up shop in the town square and pontificate about their miracle cure-alls. But it was a scam then and it's a scam now. Only the terminology has changed. Today, it's known as homeopathic fraud.
December 30, 2011. By Jane Mundy.
Read [ Attorney Discusses Homeopathic Remedies Lawsuit ]
San Diego, CA When it comes to purchasing—and using—homeopathic remedies, "Buyer Beware," says attorney Ronald Marron, Law Offices of Ronald Marron, who is currently investigating homeopathy fraud claims against manufacturers and determining "whether such claims are actionable," i.e., if they justify homeopathic remedies lawsuits.