In Brief: Shasun Buys Nuprin, DSM And GSK Earnings, Ad Claims Referred To FTC
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Shasun acquires ibuprofen products; DSM predicts nutrition sales will increase; GSK sales fall on supply chain trouble; Nature’s Medicine Associates’ ad referred to FTC; Heinrich co-sponsors designer steroid bill; and AHPA eases botanical identification burden.
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