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Posted December 20, 2002
U.S. Seizes Supplement Illegally Marketed for Virus and Cold Use; FDA Steps Up Activity Against Supplements with False Claims
None of these claims has been substantiated. In court documents, FDA charges that EverCLR is an unapproved and therefore illegal new drug because it is promoted to treat or prevent specific diseases and conditions. FDA also charges that EverCLR is misbranded because its labeling lacks adequate directions for use. In addition, FDA today released a report on its strengthened enforcement actions over the past year against dietary supplements that make false or misleading claims. FDA's report also outlines an aggressive enforcement strategy against such claims and outlines enforcement priorities so that manufacturers will be on notice.
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