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In Brief: Torrent buys Elder, studies supporting claims must be relevant, common ingredient names on labels, enzyme supplement guidance

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Torrent buys Elder; studies supporting claims must match dose, form – NAD; labels must carry common ingredient names; street drug alternative claims; CRN, ETA publish enzyme guidance; EMA prioritizes 2014 work program; and natural personal care market nears $30 billion.

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