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PCPC Hatching Proposal For CIR Role In FDA Ingredient Review

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

The Personal Care Products Council has a vision for marrying the Cosmetic Ingredient Review’s expertise with FDA’s authority, which it hopes to package into reform legislation expected this year. While FDA has balked at formalizing CIR’s role under previous proposals, this one was inspired by a third-party review program for medical devices, making it potentially more palatable to the agency and lawmakers.

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