Dietary Supplement Regulatory Funding Is $11.4 Mil. In Senate Approps Bill
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
FDA would be allotted an additional $1 mil. for dietary supplement regulation in fiscal 2004 under the Senate Agriculture Appropriations Bill (HR 2673), which passed the full Senate Nov. 6
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