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Hatch Question, Gottlieb Response Speak Volumes About DSHEA Reliance

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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Gottlieb is not the first FDA commissioner nominee to profess support for its regulatory framework established by DSHEA, but the focus of Hatch's question serves stronger notice than similar questions asked of previous candidates that the agency authority to enforce in the space does need adjustment.

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