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    Public Citizen sent a letter to the Florida Attorney General requesting an investigation of the use of falsified scientific citations in the advertisement and promotion of an illegal heart-toxic drug for treatment of cancer by Utopia Wellness, a Florida-based medical center. The medical’s website materials misleadingly claim that cesium chloride is safe and effective for treating cancer but offers no evidence from well-controlled clinical tests to support its claims.
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    Public Citizen sent a letter to Dr. Carlos M. Garcia, the Director of Medicine at Utopia Wellness, informing him that Public Citizen had submitted complaint letters to the Federal Trade Commission, Food and Drug Administration, and Florida Board of Medicine regarding his medical center’s dissemination of false and misleading advertisements that promote the use of cesium chloride.
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    Public Citizen sent a letter to the Florida Board of Medicine requesting an investigation into the medical practice of Dr. Carlos Garcia, M.D., the Director of Medicine at Utopia Wellness. We specifically requested that the board investigate Dr. Garcia’s role in Utopia Wellness’s dissemination of false and misleading advertisements that promote the use of compounded intravenous cesium chloride as a treatment for cancer.
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    Public Citizen sent a letter to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) requesting an investigation of the promotion and use of an illegal cesium chloride drug for treatment of cancer by Utopia Wellness, a Florida-based medical center. Under current FDA policies governing pharmacy compounding, no State-licensed pharmacy or licensed physician affiliated with Utopia Wellness currently may legally compound cesium chloride.
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    Public Citizen sent a letter to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) requesting an investigation of the use of falsified scientific citations in the advertisement and promotion of an illegal heart-toxic drug for treatment of cancer by Utopia Wellness, a Florida-based medical center. The medical’s website materials misleadingly claim that cesium chloride is safe and effective for treating cancer but offers no evidence from well-controlled clinical tests to support its claims.

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