Robust Internal AER Systems Follow Supplement Lifecycle – Nature's Bounty Expert
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Robust dietary supplement adverse event compliance systems can support faster identification of problems and improve products, says Nature’s Bounty Product Vigilance Manager Christina Romano. During a recent CRN webinar, she said distributors, retailers and researchers should be part of the reporting system.
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