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F.D.A. Fighting False Online Claims About Swine Flu Treatments - NYTimes.com

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You can buy healing gels that “create a barrier between you and the potentially deadly virus ....” Or “ionic silver” that kills every known pathogen, germ, bacteria, virus or fungus within six minutes. “Spray Swine Flu . . . Gone . . . with ionic silver on your hands,” one ad claims. Let the buyer beware. Many will seek to exploit public confusion over the benefits and risks of vaccination.

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