Guilty Plea In VMG Steroid Case Weighs On Firm, Not DSHEA Critics
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
A high-profile FDA criminal investigation into the maker of so-called supplements containing steroids ends with a guilty plea, a hefty fine and a probationary monitoring period for the firm
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