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This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

In a letter to FDA, Johnson & Johnson and Energizer propose a study exploring questions FDA has raised about previous studies on sun-protection products with SPF values greater than 50. Separately, Reckitt Benckiser divests Indian personal-care brands and Revlon and Givaudan report sales and earnings for fiscal 2011. More news in brief.


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