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FDA reiterates plea for health professionals to review cases of "unexplained" renal disease, urothelial tract tumors to determine if patients used supplements. In statement published in June 6 JAMA, Acting Principal Deputy Director Bernard Schwetz, PhD, says related cases should be reported "as soon as possible" to agency's MedWatch program. FDA outlined concerns regarding aristolochic acid-containing supplements in three separate letters to health professionals, consumers and industry in early April (1"The Tan Sheet" April 16, p. 9)
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