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Posted August 2, 2014
Judge Orders BioAnue To Stop Illegal Cancer and Disease Claims
The products were promoted on several different websites, including www.bioanuelaboratories.com, www.tumorx.com, www.tumorx.org, www.cancerx.org, www.hopewelltechnologieslimited.com, and www.vmhe.com, with statements and/or testimonials such as:
- "[TumorX ] Cardio Clean can be used when a build up of fat in arteries has occurred [sic], you have high cholesterol ...The enzyme lipase will go into the bloodstream and clean out your arteries and eliminate high cholesterol"
- ""Apoptosis Full Strength contains bloodroot which contains two key anticancer phytochemicals: sanguinarine and chelerythrine. The actions work in a dose dependent manner. The more product a person consumes, the more effective it is at ridding the body of cancer.
- "First I was locked down, now 12 years later I’m not paralyzed. I had nerve damage and limited movement, constriction, limited breathing capacity, and a crockery voice... After 3 ½ weeks on Stroke Mender, as I neared the end of my first 60 capsules, I noticed my first changes: my arms were having less constricted movement and I could feel the blood flow to my hands, feet & legs which were usually cold and numbish! The nerves at the bottom of my feet were revived enough that I could actually move my legs! Blood flow improved sexual enhancement. I never thought in a million years I’d get such good results in such a short period of time because in 12 years I’d tried everything... but nothing had worked."
The judge also issued an injunction that allows the government to impose penalties, including ceasing all manufacturing and distribution, and recalling of BioAnue's dietary supplements, should the company fail to comply with federal regulations.
According to a statement on the company's website, BioAnue has stopped selling supplements until its legal issues are resolved.
The FDA had warned BioAnue in 2012 that many of the claims it made about its products were illegal drug claims.
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To read the judge's order, use the link below.