Mandatory AE Reporting In Supplement Space Offers Glimpse Of Possible Cosmetic Future
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Reports of serious adverse events in the dietary supplement industry have increased exponentially since reporting was made mandatory in 2008, and FDA warning letters citing failures to report have been on the rise as companies labor to keep up with investigations and reporting duties. Similar challenges could lie ahead for the cosmetics industry under proposed bills in the US House and Senate.
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