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NPA To Supreme Court: Risk-Benefit Standard Would “Unravel” DSHEA

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

Executive Summary

The National Products Association filed a brief with the Supreme Court April 6 in support of Nutraceutical Corp.'s petition for review of an appellate court decision upholding FDA's use of a risk-benefit standard to determine product adulteration

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