by Inventurist 5 years ago
If you had a product that cured all known infections, how would you go about marketing it?If you had an FDA (US) approved product that had been proven to kill MRSA, Staph, even other highly infectious micro-organisms, and it was ready to sell, where would you start? Military? Hospital groups?...
by Lenora Brown 6 years ago
If the FDA approved of a food item to be safe but wasn't, would you still trust the FDA?Doctor Oz announced there is dangerous amounts of arsenic in apple juice. Though the FDA fought it, they found it was true (according to the news). Has anyone else heard of the item being pulled off of the...
by Ronwan 5 years ago
Hi all,I have been on Hubpages for a while but have found it tough to get Hubs approved.I am dutch so not a native English speaker but on the other hand I don't think my English is really bad. So far I have 1 approved Hub, but others do not get cleared for publication.For some Hubs I understand...
by Juanita Holloway-Walters 6 years ago
Who knows how I get my question approved for our Presidential and Vice-Presidential Candidates in the debates?My question: When an American business of 30 years has to close because it's cost of goods to make their product dictated by oppressive government regulation is so high, the American...
by Christina 8 years ago
Hi everyone,I was just approved for Amazon and was wondering if anyone had any advice on how to start? Thanks.
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