WASHINGTON -- President Clinton signed into law a measure permitting all dietary supplements that were on the market by Oct. 15, 1994, to remain on retailers' shelves unless the Food and Drug Administration proves the products are unsafe. tary supplements under regulation and law," Clinton said in a statement. Clinton's statement made reference to FDA's attempts to regulate some supplements as drugs and the consumer response to that move, which sparked the legislation. "In recent years, ...

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