Court Rules Cholestin Not a Drug t here has determined that Cholestin, a dietary supplement marketed to maintain healthy cholesterol levels, is not a drug as previously ruled by the Food and Drug Administration, Rockville, Md. The FDA contended and ruled that Cholestin, manufactured by Pharmanex, Simi Valley, Calif., contained a substance chemically identical to the active ingredient in the cholesterol-lowering prescription drug Mevacor made by Merck & Co., White House Station, N.J. ...

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