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The claims game: FDA warning letters of 2016

Just because the claims question is simple doesn’t mean companies don’t get it outrageously wrong.

For supplement companies at the lunatic fringe of the wild-and-crazy claims spectrum, there is one claim you can add almost automatically: “Supports rolling of the eyes.” It’s not just that the claims are hard to believe. Let’s face it, the DSHEA restrictions are pretty absurd on their own.  What’s really hard to believe is that anybody could even thumb through the regulations without noticing the whole “diagnose, cure, mitigate, treat, or prevent dise

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