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FDA Seeks Info From Injured WEN Users, Docs As Investigation Continues

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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As recently reported by The Rose Sheet, FDA continues to investigate more than 21,000 adverse-event reports from users of WEN Cleansing Conditioners, marketed by Chaz Dean and Guthy-Renker, LLC. The agency published an alert July 19, noting that the cause of the AEs is still not known, and issued a call to consumers and health care providers for information that could help to fill in the blanks.

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