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Hatch, Cannon Oppose Risk-Benefit For Ephedra; Experts Discuss NPA Brief

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"Nutritional supplements are not drugs and should not be regulated as such," Rep. Chris Cannon, R-Utah, said in response to inquiries about the possible review of the risk-benefit standard by the Supreme Court

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