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AER Bill Will Provide Documented History Of Supplement Safety – Industry

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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Supplement trade associations expect the recently introduced adverse event reporting legislation for dietary supplements and OTC drugs to have the greatest effect on the supplement industry's reputation over time by developing an official record of safety

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