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FDA safety alert for Pro ArthMax dietary supplement

Pro ArthMax by Human Science Foundation has been recalled voluntarily by the company. The Pro ArthMax bottles are labeled as a dietary supplement for arthritis and joint pain.

Beware of Dietary Supplements
Dianne Tyndall

All of the dietary supplement 120 count bottles of Pro ArthMax have been recalled because the product contains undeclared active pharmaceutical ingredients thus making Pro ArthMax an unapproved new drug.

The FDA website states:

“Use of this product, containing the undeclared drug ingredients, has a reasonable probability of resulting in fatal adverse events in consumers.”

It also states that anyone taking this drug would be unaware of the product ingredients and may inadvertently overdose by taking other drugs that contain the same ingredients, or they may have an allergy to the unknown ingredients.

The makers for some reason have hidden the ingredients from the consumers and these hidden ingredients in the product can be harmful or fatal to someone taking them unknowingly.

The FDA asks patients and healthcare professionals to report to the FDA MedWatch any side effects or adverse events related to the use of this product.

For more information on this FDA drug recall visit: Safety Alerts for Human Medical Products

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