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Executive SummaryNearly 1,000 bottles of ephedra-containing supplements were seized by FDA for claiming to enhance "the athletic and muscle performance of consumers without adequate scientific basis to support such claims," the agency announces 1Feb. 5. FDA filed a complaint in federal district court alleging claims for Betatrim, Thermobuterol "Fat Burner Energizer" and Stacker Packer Stacker 2 by Musclemaster.com were unsubstantiated. The agency's final rule banning ephedra supplements cleared the Office of Management & Budget Feb. 5...
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