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RIFM Epidemiology, Dermal Sensitization Studies Underway

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

The Research Institute for Fragrance Materials will fund an epidemiology study this year seeking to establish the prevalence of fragrance contact allergens in the general population, RIFM Scientific Director Anne Marie Api, PhD, said

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