FDA Asks Congress To Reform DSHEA, Will Hold Stakeholder Meeting

By David Roza Donna Haseley / March 20, 2019 at 6:20 PM
FDA will kick off the start of a conversation with stakeholders on reforming dietary supplement law with a public meeting May 16, agency chief Scott Gottlieb tweeted Tuesday (March 19). A day earlier, FDA unveiled a fiscal 2020 budget justification document that formally asks Congress to pass legislation beefing up the agency’s authority over supplements. “Last month FDA announced steps to strengthen regulation of dietary supplements,” Gottlieb tweeted, referring to his Feb. 11 announcement that FDA will weigh legislative and...

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