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Omega-3 Petition Outcome Will Reveal FDA Biomarker Stance

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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A citizen petition for omega-3 cardiovascular health claims is the first since the Institute of Medicine in 2010 recommended a framework to assess biomarkers for supplement health claims. The petition also will show whether FDA changed its thinking about supplement claims, says former FDA dietary supplement programs head Bill Frankos.

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