Setting the record straight about MD Anderson and Nerium
MD Anderson is all about new ideas.
For more than 70 years, we've been developing and researching new drugs, combinations, diagnostic tests, techniques and technologies for our patients and others around the world.
But where we draw the line is directly endorsing a company or a company's product or service.
For that reason, you might be a little confused about some buzz regarding a skin care product called Nerium, and a vague connection to MD Anderson.
It's suggested that the product, which is featured on multiple social media channels, the product's website and at in-home sales parties, was discovered by an MD Anderson researcher.
It's important for you to know that:
MD Anderson did not develop this product and does not vouch for its effectiveness or safety.
MD Anderson does not endorse this product or company.
The researcher in the web video, Robert Newman, Ph.D., who is professor emeritus, is speaking as an individual, not as a spokesperson for MD Anderson.
MD Anderson, as an institution, is not connected to this product and we do not profit from its sales.
MD Anderson has not authorized the use of its name in connection with this product.
We welcome any questions or comments you might have related to this topic.
In the meantime, one of the best things you can do for your skin during this hot summer is to wear your sunscreen. Now that's a skin care topic we want to talk about!