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Dietary supplement health claims high standard of evidence "appropriate".

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SUPPLEMENT HEALTH CLAIMS "HIGH" STANDARD OF EVIDENCE ENDORSED by the President's Commission on Dietary Supplement Labels in the group's Nov. 24 final report on supplement labeling. "Commission members agree that a high standard of evidence is appropriate for health claims," the final report says. "A valid health claim may promote behaviors that have a beneficial effect on public health and, therefore, be associated with effects on health care costs, quality of life and productivity." The seven-member commission restates and clarifies the position on health claims expressed in its draft report released June 24 ("The Tan Sheet" June 30, pp. 17-25).
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