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|Services||Provides information on the safety and efficacy of dietary supplements.|
LabDoor is a privately held medical company registered in San Francisco, CA. It provides information on dietary supplements not regulated by the FDA. LabDoor buys dietary supplements off the shelves, send the product to an FDA-registered laboratory for an analysis, and and shares the findings with consumers. It's mission is to share information to help consumers make the right decisions for them about dietary supplements. Their findings resulted in the FDA taking a closer look at the safety of energy drinks. 
LabDoor was founded in 2012 by Neil Thanedar. Thanedar earned a chemistry degree from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor and worked in a lab as a chemist. After not being able to share his findings with the public, he decided to start LabDoor.
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