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Medical Foods No “Dumping Ground” For Disease Claims – FDA

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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FDA’s Dan Fabricant warns placing a medical food label on a dietary supplement constrained by structure/function claims does not make disease claims for the product legal. He says the agency is cracking down on products mislabeled as medical foods and on medical foods making disease claims.

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