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The Florida Department of Citrus donated $1 million to the American Cancer Society for the right to print the ads.
Fruit juice has about 8 full teaspoons of sugar (fructose) per one eight-ounce glass.
Other fruits and vegetables confer the same benefits:
“Orange juice does have vitamins that can help prevent some cancers, but so do all sorts of fruits and vegetables…not just oranges and particularly not oranges from Florida.” Marion Nestle, head of New York University’s Department of NutritionSuppressed evidence?
August 2002: Dick Cheney insisted: "Simply stated, there is no doubt that Saddam Hussein now has weapons of mass destruction.“
November 2003: Cheney stated, "we believe he has, in fact, reconstituted nuclear weapons."
January 2004: Cheney says the United States hasn't given up on finding weapons of mass destruction in Iraq, "I think the jury is still out...,"
September 2006: On NBC’s “Meet the Press,” Cheney acknowledged that, “clearly, the intelligence…was wrong.”Distorted evidence or outright deception?