Drug Claims For CBD, Detoxification Supplements Make Warning List Along With Pandemic Fraud
Latest warning letters published by FDA include not only two more about claims for supplements to prevent or treat the disease caused by the novel coronavirus, but also warnings about good manufacturing practices violations and noncompliant claims for CBD-containing products and for a detoxification line.
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