FILE - In this May 9, 2011 file photo, Dr. Mehmet Oz attends the 46th Annual 2011 National Magazine Awards in New York. The federal Food and Drug Administration and a leading doctor are disputing claims by the television show host that trace amounts of arsenic in many apple juice products pose a health risk. (AP Photo/Charles Sykes, File)
FILE - In this May 9, 2011 file photo, Dr. Mehmet Oz attends the 46th Annual 2011 National Magazine Awards in New York. The federal Food and Drug Administration and a leading doctor are disputing claims by the television show host that trace amounts of arsenic in many apple juice products pose a health risk. (AP Photo/Charles Sykes, File) AP
FILE - In this May 9, 2011 file photo, Dr. Mehmet Oz attends the 46th Annual 2011 National Magazine Awards in New York. The federal Food and Drug Administration and a leading doctor are disputing claims by the television show host that trace amounts of arsenic in many apple juice products pose a health risk. (AP Photo/Charles Sykes, File) AP

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