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FDA Regulatory Agenda Targets Antimicrobial Hand Washes, Sunscreen

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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Triclosan use in consumer hand-wash products could be addressed by FDA in a proposed rule targeted for February release. Sunscreen also is identified as a priority in the agency’s semi-annual regulatory agenda.

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