Institute of Medicine. 2002. Proposed Framework for Evaluating the Safety of Dietary Supplements -- For Comment. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. https://doi.org/10.17226/10456.
|1 Introduction and Background||13-28|
|2 Approaches Used by Others to Consider Dietary Supplement Safety and Other Existing Safety Frameworks||29-38|
|3 Outline of the Overall Process for Evaluation of Dietary Supplement Ingredients||39-46|
|4 Factors Considered in Screening, Setting Priorities, and Safety Evaluation||47-76|
|5 Framework Steps One and Two: Screening/Flagging and Priority Setting||77-90|
|6 Framework Step 3: Critical Safety Evaluation of Dietary Supplement Ingredients||91-98|
|7 Attributes and Limitations of the Proposed Framework||99-102|
|8 Dietary Supplement Ingredients Selected for Prototype Safety Monographs||103-105|
|Appendix A Other Approaches to Considering the Safety of Dietary Supplements||106-115|
|Appendix B Existing Frameworks of Systems for Evaluating the Safety of Other Substances||116-123|
|Appendix C Possible Combinations of Scores||124-137|
|Appendix D Table of Food and Drug Administration Actions on Dietary Supplements||138-139|
|Appendix E Presenters at the Open Sessions of the Project on the Framework for Evaluating the Safety of Dietary Supplements||140-140|
|Appendix F Biographical Sketches of Committee Members||141-144|
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