Xango, Xalo, Limitless, MB30. Doctors medical license twice suspended by state of Utah,New York Times 6/20/2011
In an article in the New York Times June 6th 2011, the Doctor who is now promoting Xango's newest product Xalo remains on probation.
The article titled Hatch a 'Natural Ally of Supplements Industry' reports on a Dr Vaughn T Johnson who is at a Xango meeting promoting the product.
The reporter does some investigation into Dr Vaughn T Johnson and finds that his medical license was suspended twice by the state of Utah , most recently in 2008.
State records show for charges including improperly prescribing excessive amounts of narcotics or turning over his signed, blank prescription forms to a weight loss clinic.
As of the article date, he can practice medicine, but remains on probation. Xango's other doctors, Dr Morton and Dr Templeman,are direct relatives of Xango' founders , Joe and Gordon Morton.