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Osteoarthritis health claim would be possible based on positive results from, and subsequent NIH "authoritative statement" on, University of Utah study, Hyman, Phelps & McNamara (D.C.) partner Stephen McNamara maintains at Nutracon 2001 in San Diego July 9. Study, co-sponsored by NCCAM, is slated for completion in 2003 (1"The Tan Sheet" April 2, In Brief). ODS Director Paul Coates, PhD, calls health claim "an interesting possibility," but notes negative could lead to "authoritative statement" against ingredients

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