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Cannabinoids Are Test Case For US FDA Advisors’ ‘Predicted Pharmacological Activity’ Discussion

Wide Variety Of Additional Topics On Tap In Science Board’s Online Meeting

Executive Summary

Busy agenda of disparate topics in one-day meeting likely valuable for informing FDA on safety of hemp ingredients but not for moving toward a regulatory pathway for the ingredients' lawful use in supplements and food.

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