DoJ Aims To ‘Do Something About’ Crime In FDA-Regulated Industries
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
In a frank warning at a FDLI meeting, DoJ Director of Consumer Protection Michael Blume says the agency’s role is clear once it takes on a case investigated by FDA or FTC. Blume notes the dietary supplement category “has become something of an emphasis for us in the department.”
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