2004N-0458 - Dietary Supplements; Regulatory Strategy for the Further Implementation and Enforcement of the Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act of 1994;
FDA Comment Number : EC14
Submitter : Dr. Jeffery A Johnson Date & Time: 01/19/2005 01:01:08
Organization : USAF 509th Medical Group
Health Professional
Category :
Issue Areas/Comments
GENERAL
GENERAL
Dear FDA Representative: I've been getting questions with regards to the ban on Andro-products. I've copied and pasted one such question that has just come to me. I'm hopeful you can provide me clear guidance on how to answer the question below. I appreciate your time and support of my inquiry. You may email me at:

Jeffery.Johnson@whiteman.af.mil

Thanks again.

jaj
JEFFERY A. JOHNSON, Lt Col, USAF, BSC
Commander, 509th Medical Support Squadron

Sir,

I have a question that maybe you could answer or point me in the right direction concerning the new ban on Andro and Nor-Andro supplements. I noticed that GNC is still selling DHEA and Keto-7 DHEA. These supplements do the same thing as Andro and Nor-Andro, however, the clerk?s there say since it?s a natural supplement it?s okay. My problem is some of my troops use these and I don?t want them getting in trouble for misinformation. Thanks



Gregory P. Gudson, CMSgt, USAF

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