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Dietary Supplements: A Framework for Evaluating Safety Appendix L Acknowledgments The Committee on Framework for Evaluating the Safety of Dietary Supplements and the Food and Nutrition Board and Board on Life Sciences staff are grateful for the time and effort of the many contributors who participated in the workshops and meetings leading up to this report. Through openly sharing their considerable expertise and perspectives, these individuals brought clarity and focus to the challenging task of developing a useable and science-based framework for evaluating the safety of dietary supplement ingredients. The list below mentions those individuals with whom we worked closely, but many others also deserve mention. Those individuals, whose names we do not know, made important contributions to the report by offering suggestions and insight at the many professional meetings and workshops the committee members attended. A number of the organizations listed below provided nominations for committee membership. The committee members, as well as the project staff, thank the following named (as well as unnamed) individuals and organizations.
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Dietary Supplements: A Framework for Evaluating Safety INDVIDUALS AND ORGANIZATIONS F. Alan Andersen Cosmetic Ingredient Review Valdimir Anisimov N.N. Petrov Research Institute Oncology Dennis Awang Mediplant Adrianne Bendich Council for Responsible Nutrition Joseph Betz American Herbal Products Association Kristen Blanchard Nutramax Laboratories, Inc. Paul Bolar Pharmavite LLC Luke Bucci Weider Nutrition International & Schiff Vitamins Walter Chambliss American Pharmaceutical Association Keith Cheng Pennsylvania State University Edward Croom Council for Responsible Nutrition Steven Dentali American Herbal Products Association Annette Dickinson Council for Responsible Nutrition John Doull Kansas University Medical Center Debora Ferrier Self-employed Kenneth Fisher Consultant Albert Fleischner Goen Technologies David Graham Food and Drug Administration Marcia Greenblum American Dietetic Association Richard Hall Flavor and Extract Manufacturers Association John C. Hammell International Advocates for Health Freedom John Hathcock Council for Responsible Nutrition J.T. Heimbach JHeimbach LLC James Kababick Flora Research James Komorowski Nutrition 21, Inc.
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Dietary Supplements: A Framework for Evaluating Safety Claire Kruger Environ International Gilbert A. Leveille Consultant Jeffrey Lipsius Threshold Enterprises Peter Ludwell The Law Loft Richard Malter Retired Hulon McClain Whitehall-Robins Healthcare David Roll United States Pharmacopeia Alan Rulis Food and Drug Administration Louis Scarano Environmental Protection Agency David Schardt Center for Science in the Public Interest Bruce Silverglade Center for Science in the Public Interest R. William Soller Consumer Healthcare Products Association Christine Lewis Taylor Food and Drug Administration Thomas N. Tiedt Med-Tox Group Susan Trimbo Nutricia Roy Upton American Herbal Pharmacopoeia José Vergés BIOIBÉRICA S.A. John Vincent University of Alabama John Walker Environmental Protection Agency Sidney Wolfe Public Citizen’s Health Research Group Snow Wynter Dietary Supplement Quality Anthony Young American Herbal Products Association
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