Purported ‘Cancer Cure’ Linked To Heart Toxicity Is US FDA’s Latest Warning Target In Supplements
The ingredient, cesium chloride, also was the subject of a citizen petition by consumer advocacy group Public Citizen asking the FDA to prohibit its use in supplements. The FDA has warned five firms marketing products labeled as supplements and containing cesium chloride.
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FDA has taken additional steps to make drug compounding safer for patients, including a ban on cesium chloride because of “significant safety risks” it poses and a pair of university research collaborations to help further develop a list of bulk drug ingredients that can be safely compounded.
FDA warns three US firms marketing products labeled as dietary supplements but containing selective androgen receptor modulators, SARMs, anabolic steroid-like ingredients that have the potential to increase the risk of heart attack and stroke and for which long-term effects are unknown.
FTDA and FTC warn Patriot Supreme about noncompliant claims on its website and social media pages promoting CBD to prevent or treat infections from the coronavirus. However, a release Patriot Supreme distributed in July promoting CBD as a COVID-19 remedy remains in online circulation.