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Think FDA Inspections Are Painful Now? These Could Be The Good Old Days

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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ICMAD's recent regulatory workshop offered perspective from FDA's Linda Katz and industry experts on the inspection process for cosmetics facilities under current law. It's clear that FDA inspections can be an ordeal, but that would pale in comparison to challenges that could arise under the proposed Personal Care Products Safety Act.

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