Report: FDA should require more info from supplement makers

04/5/2004 | Seattle Times, The

The report from the Institute of Medicine argues the government should mandate supplement makers increase their reporting of incidents in which their products harm people taking the herbs, minerals and weight-loss products. Under the 1994 Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act, companies making supplements are not required to submit such information, and some feel supplement makers will fight any increase in reporting requirements.

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