FDA proposes greater scrutiny of alternative remedies
The Food and Drug Administration said Monday it wants to crack down on alternative remedies that are sold as “homeopathic” products but contain potentially harmful ingredients or show no clinical benefit. Agency officials plan to target products that are purported to treat serious illnesses, such as cancer, have been linked to reported safety concerns or pose…
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