Company stops sale of dietary supplement for children with autism

07/27/2010 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

CTI Science has voluntarily stopped selling OSR#1, which it had marketed as a dietary supplement for children with autism. The Food and Drug Administration last month said the product was "an unapproved new drug," according to this article, and its labeling contained false or misleading information on side effects.

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