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News Desk: New Law Would Reduce Steroids Marketed as Supplements

U.S. senators Orrin Hatch (R-UT) at Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI) introduced the Designer Anabolic Steroid Control Act (DASCA) to give DEA more authority to regulate steroids that masquerade as dietary supplements. This law would Under the law, 27 known anabolic steroids would be added to DEA's list of controlled substances, and it would give FDA authority to quickly add new steroids to the list as it identifies them. View this INSIDER TV News Desk to learn more about DASCA and get industry's take. For more information, read INSIDER's articles, "Designer Anabolic Steroids Legislation Would Empower DEA" and "Trade Orgs Praise Congress on Designer Anabolic Act," or view the law here.

February 21, 2014

U.S. senators Orrin Hatch (R-UT) at Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI) introduced the Designer Anabolic Steroid Control Act (DASCA) to give DEA more authority to regulate steroids that masquerade as dietary supplements. This law would Under the law, 27 known anabolic steroids would be added to DEA's list of controlled substances, and it would give FDA authority to quickly add new steroids to the list as it identifies them.

View this INSIDER TV News Desk to learn more about DASCA and get industry's take.

For more information, read INSIDER's articles, "Designer Anabolic Steroids Legislation Would Empower DEA" and "Trade Orgs Praise Congress on Designer Anabolic Act," or view the law here.

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