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September 22, 1998

AMA Attacks Sale of Non-Health-Related Products in Medical Offices

AMA Attacks Sale of Non-Health-Related Products in Medical Offices
Dr. Stephen Barrett has posted a major update to this QuackWatch article. "During the past few years, many physicians have begun selling health-related multilevel products to patients in their offices. The companies most involved appear to be Amway, Body Wise, Nu Skin (Interior Design), and Rexall. Doctors are typically recruited with promises that the extra income will replace income lost to managed care."

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