Supplement Safety Critic Cohen Suggests Stronger, Responsive AER System
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Pieter Cohen says a “small fraction of what’s going on” with supplement-related adverse events is reported to MedWatch because many physicians as well as consumers are not aware they can report AEs to FDA. He also is critical of FDA and manufacturers’ responsiveness to reports submitted to MedWatch.
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