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US FDA Keeps Estimate For NDI Notification Burden At Level Supplement Industry Doubts

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FDA again sets expected costs at level supplement industry repeatedly has said drastically underestimates spending on preparing and submitting NDI notifications. But FDA says developing scientific evidence to support a notification is separate from submitting the information to the agency.

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