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AHCPR study of dietary supplement cost-effectiveness recommended by NNFA.

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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DIETARY SUPPLEMENT COST-EFFECTIVENESS DISEASE TREATMENT STUDY conducted by the Agency for Health Care Policy & Research is recommended by the National Nutritional Foods Association in written testimony submitted to the House Appropriations Labor/HHS Subcommittee Feb. 5. Stating that AHCPR is "often directed by the committee to pursue projects designed to research the cost-effectiveness attendant to novel approaches to the treatment and/or prevention of illness," the group suggests the "time is right for investigation of the worthiness of certain dietary supplements, based on well-designed cost-effectiveness research."
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