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FDA May Reconsider "SPF 30+" Sunscreen Labeling Requirement

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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FDA expressed willingness to reconsider the provision in the sunscreen final monograph that restricts products with sun protection factors over 30 to state only that they are SPF "30 plus."

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