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For Comment: Proposed Framework for Evaluating the Safety of Dietary Supplements
Ongoing Review and Reassessment
As new information becomes available to FDA, re-evaluation of internal draft monographs and monographs revised by an external advisory committee may be necessary. Such new information should be considered as described in the priority-setting step to determine if there is sufficient substantive new information to review and possibly revise the monograph.
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