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(Dallas: Charles Gibson) Report introduced.
(Washington: Elizabeth Leamy) Charges of false advertising against the makers of Airborne, an immune-boosting drug to be used for colds, examined; TV ad shown; ad testimonial quoted. [Center for Science in the Public Interest Steve GARDNER- says consumers have been robbed.] [February 2006, Airborne CEO Elise DONAHUE- denies it is a cure for the common cold.] [University of Virginia school of medicine Dr. Ronald TURNER- offers perspective on Airborne and the common cold.]
- Gibson, Charles;
- Leamy, Elizabeth
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