Pfizer Shares Data On Spiked Supplements With FDA, Enforcement Agencies
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Pfizer helps law enforcement and FDA root out marketers of tainted supplements through undercover purchases of products the firm tests. Pfizer’s security team also gathers evidence for criminal enforcement and regulatory actions, but does not bring civil actions against offenders.
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