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Toxicity Testing For Topical Drugs, Sunscreens Included, On Tap In US FDA Workshop

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

While FDA does not identify specific product types on the agenda for its public workshop on approaches in skin toxicity testing for topical drug products, advocacy and trade groups anticipate sunscreen ingredient testing could be among the discussion topics. Product expansions have been stifled by regulatory concerns, drawing particular attention from the public health community.

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