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US FDA’s NDI Notification Costs Estimate Doesn’t Add Up For Supplement Industry

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FDA estimate “simply perpetuates the agency’s previous misunderstanding of the burden that NDI notifications impose,” says CRN CEO Steve Mister. FDA says its estimate is for costs of submitting information, not for studies to generate the information.

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