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Mission Pharmacal Citracal superior calcium bioavailability claims unsupported -- NAD.

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CITRACAL SUPERIOR CALCIUM BIOAVAILABILITY CLAIMS UNSUPPORTED, the National Advertising Division of the Council of Better Business Bureaus concludes in an Aug. 5 NAD Case Report. Mission Pharmacal ads for Citracal were challenged by SmithKline Beecham, the maker of Tums and Os Cal calcium supplements. Based in San Antonio, Mission Pharmacal maintains its claims are "clearly supported by clinical data, including a number of studies published in peer reviewed medical and clinical research journals." The company is appealing the NAD decision to the National Advertising Review Board.

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