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Cholestin claims revision would not change "implied intent" of marketing -- NCL.

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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PHARMANEX CHOLESTIN CLAIMS REVISION WOULD NOT CHANGE "IMPLIED INTENT" of the product's marketing and "may encourage individuals to take the product without first consulting with a physician about their cholesterol levels," the National Consumers League tells FDA in Jan. 30 comments. Current claims for the product are unapproved drug claims and changing them to "maintains or promotes healthy cholesterol" does not "change the implied intent of the product" as a cholesterol-reducing agent, NCL states.
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