Ethics Statement

Marina Johnson MD will, from time to time, discuss and reference products in her written articles, audiocasts, videos and podcasts that are available in the business marketplace and are manufactured by pharmaceutical companies, nutritional supplement companies and other medical/health entities.

It is the established policy of Marina Johnson MD, The Institute of Endocrinology and Preventive Medicine and any close family member to not have any vested financial or direct tangible interest(s) of any organization or product discussed on this website with the exception of the nutritional and educational products offered under the Dr Marina Johnson label.

Any products or services that do not specifically appear within the URL of this website that tend to indicate or suggest an endorsement by Dr. Marina Johnson and/or The Institute of Endocrinology and Preventive Medicine are false and deceptive advertising schemes by others and should be considered spam on the internet.

The Marina Johnson M.D. website contains a store (referenced in our website navigation toolbar and by our shopping bag icon which markets educational products and private label nutritional supplements personally selected, researched and utilized by Dr. Johnson in her medical practice at the Institute of Endocrinology and Preventive medicine. Some direct references and/or text hyperinks might be made within the articles of this website to our online store for products Dr. Johnson feels may be of benefit to the consumer.

From time to time, we may feature a new product or a discounted product on our site. If you so choose to visit our store, you will find useful, practical information that explains the quality, efficacy and value of the Dr. Marina Johnson brand supplement line.

Advertising for any third party product or service, search engine ads appearing from third parties is strictly prohibited on this site by Marina Johnson M.D. and the Institute.

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