US FDA Moves Homeopathic Drug Enforcement To Risk-Based Approach
Products with routes of administration other than oral and topical or intended to be used for the prevention or treatment of serious or life-threatening diseases and conditions will be among those prioritized for enforcement and "regulatory actions," draft guidance notes.
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