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XanGo Brochures Draw FDA Warning Letter For Unsubstantiated Claims

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

Executive Summary

An FDA Warning Letter citing unapproved new drug claims for XanGo Mangosteen juice that XanGo said were made by a third party underscores the agency's position on the responsibility supplement manufacturers assume for unsubstantiated label statements

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