Cracking Down On False Marijuana Claims

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The US Food and Drug Administration may start cracking down on claims that marijuana has health benefits that haven`t been prove

A FDA commissioner said he's seen people developing marijuana-based products making false claims such as an anti-tumor effect in cancer.

He also said it`s time to start looking at rules around the plant, which some states have legalized for medicinal or recreational use.

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