California Code, Health and Safety Code - HSC § 110403

Except as otherwise provided in Section 110405 , it is unlawful for a person to advertise a drug or device represented to have an effect in any of the following conditions, disorders, or diseases:

(a) Appendicitis.

(b) Blood disorders.

(c) Bone or joint diseases.

(d) Kidney diseases or disorders.

(e) Cancer.

(f) Carbuncles.

(g) Diseases, disorders, or conditions of the eye.

(h) Diabetes.

(i) Diphtheria.

(j) Gallbladder diseases or disorders.

(k) Heart and vascular diseases.

(l) High blood pressure.

(m) Diseases or disorders of the ear or auditory apparatus, including hearing loss and deafness.

(n) Measles.

(o) Meningitis.

(p) Mental disease or intellectual disability.

(q) Paralysis.

(r) Pneumonia.

(s) Poliomyelitis.

(t) Prostate gland disorders.

(u) Conditions of the scalp, affecting hair loss, or baldness.

(v) Alcoholism.

(w) Periodontal diseases.

(x) Epilepsy.

(y) Goiter.

(z) Endocrine disorders.

(aa) Sexual impotence.

(ab) Sinus infections.

(ac) Encephalitis.

(ad) Tumors.

(ae) Venereal diseases.

(af) Tuberculosis.

(ag) Ulcers of the stomach.

(ah) Varicose ulcers.

(ai) Scarlet fever.

(aj) Typhoid fever.

(ak) Whooping cough.

(al) Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS).

(am) AIDS-related complex (ARC).

(an) Diseases, disorders, or conditions of the immune system.


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