The main web page promoting Dermapril tries to pass itself off as an objective news report from a TV station, (News 13- WKTV, New York, NY) but it is actually a paid advertisement.
(Check it out at "news13direct.com/index.html").
While there is a station in Utica, NY with the call letters "WKTV, " it is an NBC affiliate broadcasting on Channel 2.
There is no such entity as "News 13- WKTV, New York, NY"!
These hucksters may have simply co-opted the call letters of the Utica station. (I wonder if the real WKTV knows about this.) So what does that tell you about the product and the company behind it?
Also, does anyone know where one can learn about Dr. Mehmet Oz's financial interest in promoting Resveratrol? After his appearances on Oprah wearing hospital scrubs (which, in this context, is basically a costume), his reputation has basically gone down the toilet - from that of a well-respected (and well-paid) heart surgeon to that of a shameless TV huckster. (Maybe he can try to take the place of the late, great Billy May.) Let's keep in mind some of Oprah's other brilliant "finds, " such as that big dufus Dr. Phil, and author James Frey, whom Oprah continued to defend as a brilliant memoirist until it became incontrovertible that the guy was a literary fraud.
Caveat emptor, folks.