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We are continually testing products and posting new reports and updates. On a rotating basis we completely update the Product Review reports, testing a new group of products so that every popular report is updated approximately every two to three years. The products that we select for testing change with each report, allowing you to see results for a variety of current products. We publish the results for every product selected. If you no longer see a product listed in a report, it means that it was not selected for the most recent testing. Keep in mind that there are over 1,000 brands of supplements sold in the U.S. and we can only test so many. Subscribers are welcome to suggest products which they would like to see tested
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If you are a company whose product has failed testing in one of our reviews, you may obtain additional information and a sample of the tested product at no cost, as described in our Policy Toward Manufacturers of Products that Fail to Pass CL Testing. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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If you have experienced an unexpected and adverse reaction due to a dietary supplement, nutritional product, or generic drug, we would like to hear about it, as we may investigate the problem.
Custom Analysis and Consulting:
In addition to testing products for our Product Reviews and the Quality Certification Program, we can assist researchers who need to assess the quality of products to be used in clinical trials. If you are a researcher, email your specific needs to firstname.lastname@example.org for a quote.
Unfortunately, we are unable to test products sent by individuals. We also do not provide recommendations of outside laboratories. If you have a quality concern about a product, please email information about that product to email@example.com. We will consider purchasing and testing it as part of a future Product Review.
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