Supplement Firms Have ‘Continuous Monitoring’ Burden To Show Product Safety
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Former FDA supplement programs head Bill Frankos says the industry bears the burden for monitoring product safety in the marketplace because FDA does not have the same vested interest it has for drugs and medical devices stemming from pre-market approval of the products.
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