Supplement Adverse Event Reports Sprout In Fertile Field Of Social Media
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Compliance with FDA regulations on supplement marketers reporting serious adverse events means scrutinizing all information about a product on social media pages the same way a firm would comments that consumers or other parties submit by using contact information on product labeling.
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