OTC Homeopathy Group Revises Label Disclaimers In Light Of FTC Scrutiny
American Association of Homeopathic Pharmacists says its new recommended disclaimer for product labels – saying claims are not based on accepted medical evidence – is supported by research showing the language is clear to consumers.
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