Ricki Lake Falsely Promotes Apricot Oil Product As A “Cancer Killer”; Don’t Believe Everything You Read

Published Aug 11, 2020

Ricki Lake Falsely Promotes Apricot Oil Product As A “Cancer Killer”; Don’t Believe Everything You Read

The "Hairspray" star promoted her favorite cannabis company on Instagram, but made bold claims that an ingredient in some of the products is "known to kill cancer." When it comes to choosing treatment, it's important not to believe everything you Google.

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