Malcolm Spicer, Managing Editor – US
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Dietary ingredients identified in recent FDA warning letters as linked to disease claims by marketers directing customers to scientific literature include omega-3 fatty acid, ginkgo biloba, glucosamine curcumin and vitamin D.
Approvals by FDA also include revised container and consumer information labeling for J&J's Men’s Rogaine to align with labeling for Women’s Rogaine; bonus-pack labeling for Bayer AG’s Aleve; and
During JP Morgan conference, Alex Gorsky suggests responding to pandemic is changing health care, including businesses providing pharmaceuticals, medical technologies, nutritionals and other necessary products.
Final guidance, for pharmaceutical alcohol used as an active or inactive ingredient in other drugs as well as hand sanitizers, “will help pharmaceutical manufacturers avoid using pharmaceutical alcohol contaminated with or substituted with methanol in drug products.”
Vacci Prep is first “supplement to establish a standard of care for consumers when preparing their immune system for vaccinations,” Dentovations says.
US Ninth Circuit affirms a district court’s summary judgment in favor of Target and manufacturer of Up & Up brand biotin supplement it sells. Indian manufacturer targeted in putative class-action in New York prompted FDA’s 2016 creation of import alert category for Ayurvedic supplements.