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SIA Offers Model For Collaborative Cosmetics Regulatory Reform – EWG

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

Notwithstanding widely voiced frustrations with FDA’s implementation of the Sunscreen Innovation Act, Environmental Working Group staff attorney Tina Sigurdson maintains the SIA is a success story, reflecting stakeholder collaborations that can serve as a model to emulate as legislative efforts to update FDA’s cosmetics program go forward.

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