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Emord Extends Effort To Liberalize QHCs With Selenium, Antioxidant Petitions

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

Executive Summary

Attorney Jonathan Emord continues his effort to force FDA to allow more expansive qualified health claims for nutritional supplements with two petitions relating to the capability of selenium and antioxidant vitamins to reduce the risk of site-specific cancers

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