DMAA Product OxyElite Pro Named Potential Link In Acute Hepatitis Cases
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
FDA is investigating 29 reports of acute non-viral hepatitis in Hawaii, and the state Department of Health says 24 cases share a common link to the use of products labeled as USPlabs’ DMAA product, OxyElite Pro.
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