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Digital Subscriptions > Skeptical Inquirer > July/August 2018 > FDA Has Duty to Crack Down on Homeopathic Fake Medicine, Says Center for Inquiry

FDA Has Duty to Crack Down on Homeopathic Fake Medicine, Says Center for Inquiry

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) must take a much firmer stance on the manufacturing and marketing of homeopathic health products, said the Center for Inquiry (CFI) in comments submitted to the FDA March 26, urging the agency to take seriously its duty to inform and protect American consumers from wasteful and dangerous fake medicine. CFI called for the agency to expand the scope of its Draft Guidance for Drug Products Labeled as Homeopathic1 to fulfill its responsibility to the American people and ensure that these pseudoscientific products are properly tested and labeled.

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