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Association dismisses claims of harm in dietary supplements, says ‘unsubstantiated’


PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian Dietary Supplement Association (Madsa) has dismissed claims that dietary supplements may be harmful to consumer health.

Its president Muthu Kumar Shanmunghom called doctors' claims that traditional and complementary medicine were causing high incidences of liver disease in Malaysia were “unsubstantiated”.

   

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