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Dr. Oz previews 'It's Not Me' campaign

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The Dr. Oz show is launching a campaign on Monday aimed at reminding viewers that the Dr. Oz show does not sell or endorse any products.

Dr. Mehmet Oz discussed the It's Not Me campaign with Good Day NY.

"We've gotten more than 10,000 complaints this season alone about fake Internet ads; about me selling stuff. Let me make it clear, I do not sell anything. We've made a big stink about this. My prescription pad has basically been stolen," said Dr. Oz.

The Dr. Oz Show airs on Fox 5 weekdays at 11 a.m. and 4 p.m.

 

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