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Hi-Tech Lawsuit Calls FDA DMAA Enforcement “Bullying Tactics”

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

Executive Summary

Hi-Tech Pharmaceuticals files a lawsuit in federal court after receiving an administrative detention order from FDA to stop distributing its DMAA-containing products. The firm argues FDA should conduct a rulemaking to propose banning DMAA rather than ordering firms to stop using it.

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