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In the 'post-regulatory age,' will supplement makers succumb to the dark side?

The Trump administration has indicated a mission to eliminate regulations, but public safety concerns could stall deregulation at the FDA.

When you hear the words “there’s a new sheriff in town,” it typically implies that this new sheriff is tougher, more vigilant, feared by criminals and beloved by the townsfolk who walk onto the street without worrying about gunslingers and cattle rustlers.

But what if the new sheriff is half blind and hires the town drunk as his deputy? What if that half-blind sheriff is “business friendly?”

That’s the obvious interpretation of the new Trump

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