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Derelict FDA Still Wants To Fire Bullet At Supplement Industry

The FDA, a derelict government agency that has cost many thousands of American lives with its policy of preferring drugs over dietary supplements, realized it doesn't have the manpower to implement its draconian New Dietary Ingredient regulations, which would have put the industry "out of business." So, taking its loss on the chin, it says it still intends to fire a bullet at the industry. Meanwhile, the FDA just approved yet another diet drug that will surely fail like all of its predecessors. Health = supplements, disease = drugs.

Posted by Bill Sardi
11 May 2012 | 15h53

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