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Aloe Veritas

October 21st, 2019

MLM becomes the first to have its ad claims referred to the FTC by direct selling self-regulatory program.


Dry Farm Wines

August 26th, 2019

Drinking low alcohol wines to avoid a hangover? Here’s why that doesn’t work.


Bulletproof Coffee

August 14th, 2019

If you take your coffee with a stick of butter, be wary of miracle health claims.


Comment at FDA Public Meeting on Dietary Supplements

May 23rd, 2019

Comment made by TINA.org executive director, Bonnie Patten at the FDA’s public meeting on Responsible Innovation in Dietary Supplements held on May 16, 2019. Thank you for the opportunity to provide comments today on behalf of Truth in Advertising. TINA.org is a nonprofit consumer advocacy organization that works to out, stop and prevent deceptive marketing.


Ginkgold® Products

January 14th, 2019

December 2018: The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals reversed the district court’s decision to grant summary judgment and remanded the case for further proceedings. Click here to read the decision. (Case No. 17-5261, 9th Cir.) February 2017: A federal judge granted the companies’ motion for summary judgment finding that plaintiff did not establish that she


Crio Bru

January 9th, 2019

Brewed cacao beverage poses more questions than it answers.


Bang Energy Drinks

November 28th, 2018

A class-action lawsuit was filed against VPX Sports and its founder for allegedly falsely advertising Bang® energy drinks. Among other things, the complaint which was originally filed in September 2018 and later amended in November 2018, alleges that: The company represents that the ingredients in the energy drinks – specifically, Super Creatine, Branched Amino Acids


Juul

October 29th, 2018

FDA zeros in on e-cigarette company’s marketing of flavors and their appeal to youth in an effort to curb underage use.


U.S. Cancer Centers Deceptive Testimonials Database

October 22nd, 2018

TINA.org conducted a review of patient testimonials used to promote the 50 cancer treatment centers in the U.S. that spent the most money on advertising in 2017. Our results revealed that, of the cancer centers still in business in 2018, 43 out of 48 – or 90% – deceptively used patient testimonials in their marketing


Northwestern Medicine Chicago Proton Center

October 22nd, 2018

A TINA.org investigation revealed that numerous cancer centers in the U.S. are deceptively using patient testimonials in their marketing materials, that is, testimonials that promote anecdotal, atypical patient results without clearly and conspicuously disclosing what the generally expected results for a patient in a similar situation would be. Moreover, within this sampling of deceptive testimonials


Ohio State University Database

October 22nd, 2018

A TINA.org investigation revealed that numerous cancer centers in the U.S. are deceptively using patient testimonials in their marketing materials, that is, testimonials that promote anecdotal, atypical patient results without clearly and conspicuously disclosing what the generally expected results for a patient in a similar situation would be. Moreover, within this sampling of deceptive testimonials


Methodist Cancer Care Center Database

October 22nd, 2018

A TINA.org investigation revealed that numerous cancer centers in the U.S. are deceptively using patient testimonials in their marketing materials, that is, testimonials that promote anecdotal, atypical patient results without clearly and conspicuously disclosing what the generally expected results for a patient in a similar situation would be. Moreover, within this sampling of deceptive testimonials


Smilow Cancer Hospital Database

October 22nd, 2018

A TINA.org investigation revealed that numerous cancer centers in the U.S. are deceptively using patient testimonials in their marketing materials, that is, testimonials that promote anecdotal, atypical patient results without clearly and conspicuously disclosing what the generally expected results for a patient in a similar situation would be. Moreover, within this sampling of deceptive testimonials


Comprehensive Cancer Centers of Nevada Database

October 22nd, 2018

A TINA.org investigation revealed that numerous cancer centers in the U.S. are deceptively using patient testimonials in their marketing materials, that is, testimonials that promote anecdotal, atypical patient results without clearly and conspicuously disclosing what the generally expected results for a patient in a similar situation would be. Moreover, within this sampling of deceptive testimonials


Maryland Proton Treatment Center Database

October 22nd, 2018

A TINA.org investigation revealed that numerous cancer centers in the U.S. are deceptively using patient testimonials in their marketing materials, that is, testimonials that promote anecdotal, atypical patient results without clearly and conspicuously disclosing what the generally expected results for a patient in a similar situation would be. Moreover, within this sampling of deceptive testimonials


University of Kansas Cancer Center Database

October 22nd, 2018

A TINA.org investigation revealed that numerous cancer centers in the U.S. are deceptively using patient testimonials in their marketing materials, that is, testimonials that promote anecdotal, atypical patient results without clearly and conspicuously disclosing what the generally expected results for a patient in a similar situation would be. Moreover, within this sampling of deceptive testimonials


Karmanos Cancer Institute Database

October 22nd, 2018

A TINA.org investigation revealed that numerous cancer centers in the U.S. are deceptively using patient testimonials in their marketing materials, that is, testimonials that promote anecdotal, atypical patient results without clearly and conspicuously disclosing what the generally expected results for a patient in a similar situation would be. Moreover, within this sampling of deceptive testimonials



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