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'Potentially Harmful' Supplements Evade FDA, Baffle Retailers – Consumer Reports

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

Consumer Reports criticizes FDA current regulation of the dietary supplement industry, saying it found 15 supplement ingredients that are “potentially harmful” and can cause organ damage, cancer and "possibly death."

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