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Qualified Health Claim Study Should Test Letter Grades, SSA Claims – CHPA

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

Executive Summary

FDA should study consumer perceptions of qualified health claims by testing statements that contain both "report card" grades and text ratings, as well as claims that do not bear a letter grade, the Consumer Healthcare Products Association says in recent comments to the agency

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