Final Guidance For Reporting Adverse Events Gets Serious On Definitions
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Executive SummaryA report of emergency room treatment connected to use of a dietary supplement may not connote a serious adverse event, FDA says in the final guidance on the reporting and recordkeeping of AE information for supplements
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