Study on Effects of FDA Warning Letters on Dietary Supplements

new class of antibioticsAccording to an article from the online The People’s Pharmacy, Joe Graedon, pharmacologist, 7.28.22, from 2007 through 2016, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) identified ‘adulterated dietary supplements’ and sent 700 + warning letters to dietary supplement manufacturers after detecting undeclared and potentially harmful drugs in product. The article provides a summary of the problem and reveals that no action has been taken by some of the companies.  The article cites as a basis, a research letter published in JAMA, Cohen, P.A.  et al, 7.26.22, where researchers looked at 31 of the reviewed dietary supplement products subject to the warning letters and found some of those products are still being sold.  

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