FDA Sees Dietary Supplement Adverse Event Reports Growing
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
"The number of adverse reaction reports related to FDA-regulated food products, such as dietary supplements and food additives, is growing," FDA says in its budget justification document submitted to Congress. "Current estimates of the incidence of death and injury associated with proper use of medical products is staggering, and is projected to grow," the agency adds.
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