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7Seas cancer claims attract FDA attention

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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Supplement claims made by 7Seas LLC on Web sites such as 1www.AlternateCancerCure.com and 2www.TreatAllCancer.com elicit an April 5 warning letter from FDA's Florida District office. The letter to Norman Hem of the Hialeah, Fla.-based firm alleges that products, including Jade Windscreen, Apricot Seeds and Miracle Mineral Supplement, make disease claims causing them to be unapproved drugs. According to the agency, 7Seas' claims include, "The most powerful, PROVEN cancer treatment and prevention products EVER known to humankind" and "MMS is the answer to ... malaria, hepatitis A, B and C, colds, herpes, TB, most cancer, flu, pneumonia, as well as many other illnesses and diseases." The firm had 15 days to respond to FDA

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