FTC Requests Drug Claim Support For Bayer Probiotic Supplement
This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily
On behalf of the FTC, DoJ alleges Bayer violated a 2007 settlement to substantiate supplement claims and asks a court to require the firm to provide two RCTs for dietary supplement claims for Phillips’ Colon Health. Trade groups rally behind the firm, arguing the requirement is unfair and illegal.
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