Colgate OTC triclosan toothpaste proposed anti-plaque claim questioned by dental panel.
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
COLGATE OTC TRICLOSAN TOOTHPASTE ANTI-PLAQUE CLAIM QUESTIONED by the Dental Products Panel and some members of the Dental Drug Products Plaque Subcommittee at a Feb. 29 meeting in Bethesda, MD. Some panelists expressed reservations about whether the data submitted by Colgate-Palmolive in support of its NDA for a triclosan sodium fluoride toothpaste were clinically and statistically significant to support a plaque claim.
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