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Supplement registry would enable more effective handling of adverse events -- AAPCC.

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DIETARY SUPPLEMENT REGISTRY FOR POST-MARKETING SURVEILLANCE should be developed for both ingredients and products, American Association of Poison Control Centers Executive Director Toby Litovitz, MD, declared at a Feb. 11-12 meeting of FDA's Food Advisory Committee in Arlington, Va. The "single most important message" to the committee, Litovitz said, "is that without information on product ingredients and without a registry of products, no one can do effective surveillance in the U.S. no matter how much money is put into improving or developing existing or new surveillance systems."
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