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The Center for Science in the Public Interest’s resource library is the place to find primary source material such as fact sheets, legal and regulatory filings, letters to agencies, infographics, and other documents.
Letter to FTC re: Relief Factor supplement endorsed by Sebastian Gorka
September 11, 2019
Letter to FDA re: Supplements Advertised to Aid Smoking Cessation
April 23, 2019
Letter to FDA Urging the Agency to Seize Adulterated Ginkgo Biloba Pills
May 15, 2018
CSPI Comments to FDA Re: Risk-Based Enforcement Approach to Homeopathic Drugs
March 20, 2018
FDA Response to CSPI Letter
January 24, 2018
Letter to FTC Re: Supplements Marketed as Opioid Withdrawal Aids
December 8, 2017
Letter to FDA Re: Supplements Marketed as Opioid Withdrawal Aids
December 8, 2017
Addendum: Summary of CSPI Research Into Effectiveness of Eight Supplements Marketed as Opioid-dependence Supplements
December 7, 2017
Worth v. CVS Pharmacy, Inc.
February 1, 2016
March 1, 2015
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