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Bogus product! Danger! Health fraud alert! Unfortunately, you’ll never see these warnings, but that’s what you ought to be thinking when you see claims like “miracle cure,” “revolutionary scientific breakthrough,” or “alternative to drugs or surgery.” Learn more about health fraud scams and the tip-offs to rip-offs in this FDA Consumer Update article:

• 6 Tip-offs to Rip-offs: Don’t Fall for Health Fraud Scams

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