Ben Fenton was recently quoted in Julia Ries’ Healthline article “Interpol Warns Fake COVID-19 Vaccines May Pop Up Online,” which covers the topic of possible fraudulent COVID-19 vaccines. Interpol released a warning recently expressing their concern over illegitimate vaccines. Ben commented on the possibility of these fraudulent vaccines and advised caution.
“My advice is to always be suspicious, and if it sounds too good to be true, then it probably is,” Ben said. “Taking anything that is not FDA-approved can lead to extreme outcomes, including death.”
“The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has launched Operation Stolen Promise 2.0 to combat criminal networks engaged in fraudulent COVID-19 activities, such as the production, sale, and distribution of unapproved or unauthorized COVID-19 products and drugs,” Ben said.
“The FDA has issued thousands of warning letters to companies misleading the general public about cancer cures, cures for smoking illnesses, unproven dietary supplements, COVID-19 cures, and the list goes on,” Ben added, noting that any drug claiming to do any of the above must be approved by the FDA.
The full article can be found below.