|Bibliography, etc. Note:
|| Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Formatted Contents Note:
|| Approaches used by others and existing safety frameworks -- The framework -- Categories of scientific evidence--human information and data -- Categories of scientific evidence--animal data -- Categories of scientific evidence--information about related substances -- Categories of scientific evidence--in vitro data -- Interactions -- Vulnerable groups and prevalence of use -- Scientific principles for integrating and evaluating the available data -- Applying the framework: case studies using the prototype safety monographs -- Factors influencing use of the safety framework -- Findings and recommendations.
|| "The sale of supplements has been steadily increasing - all together, the various types of dietary supplements now bring in more than $18 million a year. Given these factors, what kind of information can the Food and Drug Administration use to effectively regulate dietary supplements? Dietary Supplements: A Framework for Evaluating Safety provides an outline for evaluating dietary supplement safety and protecting the health of consumers."--Jacket.
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|| Print version record.