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H.R. 3395; The Health Freedom Act:   The Health Freedom Act removes FDA's power of prior restraint over all nutrient-disease relationship claims. Under the bill, FDA may not prohibit any statement concerning a nutrient affecting a disease (including treatment effects) from being made in the market and may only act against a statement once made if it possesses clear and convincing evidence that the statement is false.  Click to read more ...


H.R. 3396; The Congressional Responsibility and Accountability Act:  The Congressional Responsibility Act prohibits regulations promulgated from regulatory agencies from going into effect unless passed into law by Congress in the way in which the Constitution designates. Click to read more ...


H.R. 3394; Freedom of Health Speech Act:  The Freedom of Health Speech Act prevents the Federal Trade Commission from taking action against any advertiser that communicates a health benefit for a product unless the FTC first establishes based on clear and convincing evidence that the statement made is false and that its communication causes harm to the public.  Click to read more ...


Current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP) regulatory packet:  In July 2007, the FDA promulgated comprehensive “cradle to the grave” regulations that govern every aspect of the manufacture, holding, and distribution of dietary supplements.  Emord & Associates has created a Compliance Kit, including detailed checklists for your use in achieving compliance with the new cGMPs.  Click to read more ...

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Association of American Physicians and Surgeons, Inc. (AAPS) Supports Health Freedom Acts

June 10th 2010

This week AAPS wrote to members of Congress to ask them to support H.R. 3394 and H.R. 3395.  These bills known respectively as the “Freedom of Health Speech Act” and the “Health Freedom Act” seek to limit the Federal Government from over-regulating dietary supplements.