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Strong, national 'track and trace' system is overdue.
They should crack down on every supplement out there that has not been proven effective by the FDA. To claim you will have improved joint health by taking a product and then post a disclaimer in small print saying it does not treat anything is a joke.
I have an idea - one that 24 of the top 25 industrial countries in the world use to keep their drugs reliable and their populations as healthy as medicine reasonably can - and they don't have the fake-drug problems. Doing it costs half as much per person, with better care an no fake drugs. Universal Health Care.
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