New Ingredients, New Life For Cytodyne’s Weight Loss Supplements
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
A firm that has agreed to pay as much as $12.8 million to settle a false advertising complaint and that reorganized under bankruptcy protection after incurring losses from ephedra-related lawsuits is returning to the marketplace with a new weight loss supplement, according to a Jan. 15 announcement
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