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Appropriators' Interest Could Point To FDA Supplement Programs Funding Boost

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

House appropriators' letter to FDA Commissioner Gottlieb suggests they are listening to dietary supplement industry concerns and may be considering a funding boost for the Office of Dietary Supplement Programs, says executive Mike Greene.

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