Tom's of Maine will provide more details on non-animal anticaries test method for FDA.
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
TOM'S OF MAINE TO PROVIDE FDA WITH DETAILS ON NON-ANIMAL ANTICARIES TEST in response to requests from agency representatives at a March 20 "OTC feedback" meeting in Rockville, Md. In place of the animal caries reduction test for dentifrices that will be required by FDA as of Oct. 7, Tom's of Maine petitioned FDA in February to accept data from an intra-oral remineralization test in humans as a method of measuring fluoride bioavailability ("The Rose Sheet" March 4, p. 7).
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