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Supplement Industry Challenges Include Shrinking Claims World – Israelsen

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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The trend toward a more expansive definition of disease in pharmaceutical advertising could hinder the dietary supplement industry's ability to communicate product benefit, according to consultant and UNPA director Loren Israelsen

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