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FDA To Congressman Pallone: Probe Into WEN Conditioner AEs Continues

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

FDA’s investigation is “active and ongoing” into AE reports linking WEN Cleansing Conditioners to hair loss, irritation and rashes. In a letter obtained by the Rose Sheet through a Freedom of Information Act request, the agency addresses questions posed by Democratic Congressman Frank Pallone regarding its regulatory response to date and related exchanges with manufacturer Guthy-Renker and creator Chaz Dean.

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