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FTC warns that DSHEA does not create "free-fire zone" for structure/function claims.

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DSHEA DOES NOT CREATE "FREE-FIRE ZONE" FOR STRUCTURE/FUNCTION CLAIMS -- FTC Assistant Director Division of Advertising Practices Anne Maher cautioned at a Sept. 20 session of the Council for Responsible Nutrition's 1995 annual meeting. "Although [the Dietary Supplement Health & Education Act] allows structure/function claims on dietary supplement labels without prior FDA approval," she warned: "this shouldn't be looked on as creating a free-fire zone for such claims."
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