AHPA Says H1N1 Enforcement Tactics Would Work To Find Hidden Steroids
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
The American Herbal Products Association urges FDA to crack down on illegal steroids masquerading as dietary supplements with the "efficient" enforcement tactics the agency uses to pursue fraudulent H1N1 flu products
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