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FDA Cosmetics Office Aims To Achieve Three “A” List Priorities In 2002

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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FDA's Office of Cosmetics & Colors will tackle three "A" list items and 10 "B" list goals in fiscal 2002 under the Center for Food Safety & Applied Nutrition's program priorities report issued Jan. 28

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