Letter from the Publisher

Collin, Jonathan
February 2007
Townsend Letter;Feb/Mar2007, Issue 283, p6
The article discusses the Adverse Effects Reporting Bill for nutritional supplements to control the impact of political change to the alternative medicine in the U.S. The bill was passed before the freshmen Democrats and Republican staffs take over. The bill was proposed by Senators Orrin Hatch (R-Utah), Tom Harkin (D-Iowa) and Richard Durbin (D-Illinois) to require the manufacturers to report within 15 days of any incident that involve in over the counter drugs and nutritional supplements.


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