Got this email from Facebook. Is it true?
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As best I can tell, this has NOTHING to do with Mayo, it leads to an Internet ad for some CBD Gummies.
Just to let you know, Mayo would be very unhappy to see their name used like this…they do not sponsor or endorse products.
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Hi @uga1219, thank you for reporting this misuse of Mayo Clinic's name. I will report this to our legal department. Unfortunately companies use Mayo Clinic on social media and e-newsletter spam to sell their unfounded products and claim false cures. The example from Facebook in not true.
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