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CRN science day

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Executive Summary

The Council for Responsible Nutrition will host a one-day science seminar on dietary supplements and ingredients on July 25 at The Fairmont Hotel in Washington, D.C., CRN announces Feb. 16. "The Workshop: CRN's Day of Science" will open with an address by National Academy of Sciences member Bruce Ames, PhD, Children's Hospital Oakland Research Institute, Calif. The conference will include presentations from experts in the field of nutrigenomics and nutrigenetics, as well as topics specific to scientific breakthroughs for dietary supplements, according to CRN. "This is a unique event for our industry: a workshop for scientists to convene with their peers, inside and outside the industry, in an intimate, classroom-style setting," CRN VP-Scientific & International Affairs John Hathcock, PhD, states. A panel on the importance and potential impact of the revision of daily values for labeling also is planned by CRN...

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