FDA Suggests Legislation To Streamline Enforcement In Supplement Market
Congress should consider legislation authorizing agency to conduct enforcement more directly, says Associate Commissioner Schiller. In FDLI conference keynote, he discussed compliance with FDA regulations across markets it regulates, but made specific example of saying FDA is comparatively hamstrung in regulating businesses marketing products labeled as supplements.
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