MANDATORY ADVERSE REACTION REPORTING FOR DIETARY SUPPLEMENTS
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
MANDATORY ADVERSE REACTION REPORTING FOR DIETARY SUPPLEMENTS was supported by FDAers attending the Council for Responsible Nutrition's annual conference in Dana Point, Calif. During a Sept. 21 session, FDA Special Assistant for Policy Mitchell Zeller said he is "hopeful that there is agreement" among industry about "the possibility of mandatory adverse reaction reporting" for dietary supplements. Currently, adverse events associated with supplements are voluntarily reported to FDA.
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