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Digital Subscriptions > Skeptical Inquirer > November December 2015 > CFI Calls on FDA to Label Homeopathic Drugs as Untested and Unproven

CFI Calls on FDA to Label Homeopathic Drugs as Untested and Unproven

Consumers spend $3 billion a year on homeopathic drugs, yet most remain unaware that the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has not evaluated them for safety and effectiveness. In comments filed with the FDA the week of August 17, the Center for Inquiry (CFI) urged the FDA to subject homeopathic drugs to the same testing requirements as conventional drugs. Failing that, CFI urged the FDA to at least require homeopathic products to be clearly labeled as untested and unproven.

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