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Brazilian court fines Covid-19 early treatment advocates US$11 million

The Federal Court of Rio Grande do Sul sentenced the advocates of early treatment against Covid-19 to a fine of R$55 million (US$11 million) for collective moral damage to health.

The decision was released this Thursday (25) by the Federal Public Ministry (MPF).

The prosecution filed two lawsuits against the group Doctors for Life and the companies Vitamedic Pharmaceuticals, Alves Faria Educational Center, and the José Alves Group (GJA Participações).

The MPF claims that the group, which identified itself as "Brazili's doctors of early treatment", encouraged the consumption of drugs supposedly without proven effectiveness that . . .

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