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FDA Review Of Dietary Ingredients For Pharmacy Compounding Could Open Door To Change DSHEA

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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FDA could look for Congress to amend DSHEA as it creates a “deep” administrative record on dietary ingredients placed on a list of substances no longer allowed for use by compounding pharmacies, says integrative medicine attorney Alan Dumoff. Pharmacy organizations are writing a citizen petition to ward off what they fear will be an excuse to step-up regulation of supplement manufacturing and marketing.

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