Consumer Concerns columnist David Lazarus notes that the already strapped federal bureaucracy that oversees dietary supplements is likely to get even leaner. Lazarus wonders about the cost to American consumers’ safety.
Consumer Concerns columnist David Lazarus notes that the already strapped federal bureaucracy that oversees dietary supplements is likely to get even leaner. Lazarus wonders about the cost to American consumers’ safety. Chris Soprych Chicago Tribune file illustration
Consumer Concerns columnist David Lazarus notes that the already strapped federal bureaucracy that oversees dietary supplements is likely to get even leaner. Lazarus wonders about the cost to American consumers’ safety. Chris Soprych Chicago Tribune file illustration

David Lazarus: Less supplement oversight appears likely

March 24, 2017 11:34 AM

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