Wellness Industry News: Homeopathic Conference, Neidig Leads USANA China, More
CRN salutes former executive and influential nutritional ingredient researcher John Hathcock; AAHP tackles changing homeopathic industry regulation at first Summit; USANA appoints head of China business; supplements launch for brain health, hair growth and prenatal care.
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US FDA’s draft guidance for homeopathic products could result in consumer confusion, force sales of the products largely online and create a three-year backlog in review of products that have a safe track record, industry trade tells the agency. Agency plans to replace the existing compliance policy guide that largely delegated oversight to the Homeopathic Pharmacopeia of the US with risk-based enforcement by FDA.
CRN’s Hathcock retires; actress Vardalos takes on “Life…supplemented” role; pharma vet Freeman joins Health Enhancement Products; Boylan brings PR, advocacy experience to NACDS; Kalsec adds Barry as marketing, product management VP.
In an exclusive interview with Medtech Insight, Mark Leahey, president of the Medical Device Manufacturers Association (MDMA), said the previous four Medical Device User Fee negotiations with the US FDA have set a strong foundation for the industry and the next round of negotiations should focus on tweaking past deals that are already in place. See what MDMA's president, Mark Leahey, said about it here.