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Straightforward deference to FTC substantiation rules dooms gray hair treatment

Federal Trade Commission v. COORGA Nutraceuticals Corp., --- F.Supp.3d ----, 2016 WL 4472994, No. 15-CV-0072 (D. Wyo. Aug. 15, 2016) The FTC sued COORGA over its claims that its Grey Defence product reversed/prevented gray hair and that there was scientific proof of this. Defendant Coore, COORGA’s principal, is a soi-disant “applied scientist” with degrees in economics and no post-secondary chemistry or biology courses.
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