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Makers of diet pill blamed for sickening dozens point finger at state, Hawaii hospital


More than three years after a diet supplement sickened 72 people, most in Hawaii, civil and criminal cases against the makers of OxyELITE Pro rage on.The latest development: A relatively unknown, international medical journal is slamming the Queen's Medic

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