Guidance Regarding the Recommendation and Sale of Dietary Supplements

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      This article updates and replaces the “Guidelines Regarding the Recommendation and Sale of Dietary Supplements,” which had been in effect since May 2002.
      • Thomson C.
      • Diekman C.
      • Fragakis A.S.
      • Meerschaert C.
      • Holler H.
      • Devlin C.
      Guidelines regarding the recommendation and sale of dietary supplements.
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