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Hi-Tech Pharmaceuticals Inc. has asked an appeals court to reverse a finding by a judge that its DMAA-containing products are adulterated and subject to forfeiture by the government.
A Texas man was sentenced to one year in prison, reflecting the potential consequences of selling unapproved drugs falsely labeled as dietary supplements.
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Gencor Nutrients Inc., a manufacturer of Testofen and the first named defendant in the lawsuit, promised to mount a defense and said, “We stand fully behind the safety and effectiveness of Testofen."
While it was criticized as flawed, Eric Schneiderman’s 2015 investigation into herbal supplements likely caused the industry to be more diligent with its testing methods.
The owner of Hi-Tech Pharmaceuticals Inc. said he is moving forward with an appeal of a federal court’s decision in a years-long civil dispute with FDA after mediation talks failed to bear fruit.