FDA Challenges Supplement Makers' Marketing Claims

Money The Wall Street Journal

The Food and Drug Administration sent warning letters accusing 17 nutritional-supplement makers of selling more than 58 products with improper claims that they can prevent, treat or cure serious diseases. …

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