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Ephedra meeting

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HHS Office on Women's Health to hold a public meeting on safety of ephedrine alkaloid-containing dietary supplements beginning Aug. 8, CFSAN says in a "Dear Colleagues" letter June 8. The meeting, to be held in the Washington, D.C. area, will last for two or three days. A Federal Register notice will provide specific scientific issues to be addressed; possible regulatory actions are not on the agenda. The meeting announcement will be posted on OWH's Web site (www.4woman.gov) on or about June 26. FDA has extended until July 3 the deadline for submitting new usage data and scientific evidence on ephedrine alkaloid-containing supplements; post-meeting comments will be accepted until Sept. 30 (1"The Tan Sheet" May 15, In Brief)

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