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Alfa Scientific Designs enjoined from advertising, marketing or selling any HIV tests under a stipulated preliminary injunction filed in San Diego federal court Jan. 13. In a complaint for permanent injunction, FTC alleges that since at least October 1998 Alfa Scientific has marketed HIV tests through its Web site, falsely representing their accuracy. The commission also contends Alfa Scientific supplied faulty HIV tests to Medimax, Inc. and its owner, David Rothbart. In December, FTC charged Medimax with falsely representing through the Internet the accuracy of its HIV test kits. Medimax is preliminarily enjoined from marketing the tests (1"The Tan Sheet" Dec. 13, 1999, p. 2)
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