How Many Aspartame Complaints Are Registered With The FDA?

By 1992, over 10,000 complaints had been filed with the FDA. In 1985, the FDA petitioned the CDC (Centers for Disease Control) to review the first 650 complaints, a record number received for one product after only three years on the market. The CDC reported that between 25% and 30% of female users experienced some form of symptom from aspartame use, and when all use stopped, all respective heath symptoms also stopped.

By 1991 and after NutraSweet had been on the market since 1981, between 78% and 85% of all FDA complaints were about aspartame.
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