In Brief: NAD Decisions, Warning Letters, EC Law Struck, “Natural” Claims Suit
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Pharmavite discontinues ads; NAD looks at supplement concussion claims; FDA warns product requires NDI; Spinal Touch Formulas are unapproved new drugs – FDA; Weight-loss products unapproved, misbranded; Oklahoma law restricting contraception knocked down; and Hammer Nutrition sued over “natural” claims
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