Femkinicin products are marketed by companies that are either affiliated with a specific medical school or medical group, and sometimes they are also marketed by other medical associations. I have seen products sold in the United States and other countries where there is not an association between a medical school and a medical association (for example, in Europe, Canada, and Latin America). I have also seen products marketed in Canada that have no association with an association. For example, I recently saw a product marketed in Canada by a company called Feminity Clinic that is named after the medical school at which it is advertised. There is no medical school associated with this company and I could not tell if it was a medical doctor or a medical therapist. For example, the product was advertised in Canada and had a product page on the company's website that contained a link that said: "The Feminity Clinic is an accredited Feminity Clinic." However, on the product page, the Feminity Clinic had no reference to an association, but I could tell that it was affiliated with the Canadian College of Family Physicians. In a situation where there is an association between medical school and medical association, I think it should be possible to find a product that is marketed for more than one medical school. The Feminity Clinic's product page was a good example of this.