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Prop 65 Steroid Suit Planned Against Supplements Named In Post

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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The Center for Environmental Health plans to file a Prop 65 suit in January against 19 dietary supplement manufacturers and retailers for selling products containing anabolic steroids without warning labels, the group announces in a recent notice letter

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