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Thorne, Mayo Clinic Partner To Test Range Of Dietary Supplements

December 16, 2014: 12:00 AM EST
Dietary supplement maker Thorne Research announced it will work with the Mayo Clinic on a series of clinical trials to test the safety and efficacy of compounds from natural sources, plant extracts, and complex nutritional products that are "generally recognized as safe" (GRAS). The testing, to be conducted at the Mayo Clinic, will focus on supplements targeting conditions with significant human need, sports related performance, recovery and injury, and nutritional support for surgical care. Results will be used to develop supplements, medical foods, functional foods and botanical drugs. Thorne said it will also test formulations from traditional Chinese medicine.
"Thorne Research Announces Clinical Study Agreement with Mayo Clinic for Dietary Supplements", News release, Thorne research, December 16, 2014, © Thorne Research
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