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CV Sciences Eagerly Anticipating FDA Rulemaking On CBD In Dietary Supplements

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Duffy MacKay, senior VP of scientific and regulatory affairs at CV Sciences, offers his predictions regarding the FDA’s likely course in regulating CBD’s use in dietary supplements – action that is sorely needed as the market continues to crowd with CBD products “with who-knows-what in them.”

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