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Qualified Health Claim Testing May Draw On FTC Study Findings

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FDA may look to health claim statements developed and tested by FTC as it continues working toward effective use of the claims in product labeling, Deputy Commissioner for Medical & Scientific Affairs Scott Gottlieb, MD, indicated during a recent speech to industry
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