Steve Mister

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What Will It Take to Stop Sketchy Weight-Loss Ads?

It's not FTC action alone.

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Negative Multivitamin Stories Make News, CRN Stresses Multivitamin Benefits

Overall, the study results were largely inconclusive against disease prevention.

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A Non-DMAA World: The Status of DMAA in Today's Dietary Supplements Market

Has FDA effectively slammed the door shut on DMAA?

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Negative Dietary Supplement Report from the Department of Health and Human Services

Will a new, negative Department of Health and Human Services report follow the dietary supplements industry for years?

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Synthetic Botanical Ingredients Should Be Allowed in New Dietary Ingredient Draft Guidance, CRN Tells FDA

Recently ramped-up enforcement against synthetic botanicals means FDA needs to readdress synthetic botanicals in the draft guidance even before revising other parts, CRN wrote.

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Press Release: CRN Responds to Dietary Supplement Reports from Health and Human Services

One of the reports, on structure-function claims, reports finding dubious claims on numerous products.

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A “dry lab” is a testing lab that fakes results.

Dietary Supplement Testing: How to Detect “Dry Labbing”

By developing proper SOPs for laboratory qualification, industry can hopefully work to eliminate the problem of "dry labbing" altogether.

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What Will It Take to Get More GMP Compliance?

CRN's Mister Responds to Senators Durbin and Blumenthal: Compliance Requires Both a “Carrot and a Stick”

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John Hathcock, CRN Senior Scientist, Retires

The former FDA senior scientist has spent 17 years with CRN.

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CFSAN Director Michael Landa to Keynote CRN’s October Symposium

The director of FDA’s Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition will address critical regulatory topics, including NDIs, GMPs, and AERs.

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