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Health ministry prosecutes Promisia Integrative

Listed dietary supplements company Promisia Integrative is being prosecuted by the Ministry of Health, which claims its joint health supplement Arthem is an unlicensed medicine and that some marketing activities have breached the Medicines Act 1981.

The company told the NZX there are nine charges, all based on the ministry’s view that Arthrem has been sold and advertised for therapeutic purpose to patients, often with arthritis, and is

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