CIR Panel Not Changing Its Mind About Parabens Safety, Renewing NGO Accusations Of Bias
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Halfway through the Cosmetic Ingredient Review Expert Panel’s September 24-25 meeting, Women’s Voices for the Earth was already blogging that the panel seemed set on declaring parabens safe (which it went on to do on a tentative basis) despite what the NGO sees as increasing evidence to the contrary. Panelist statements from previous meetings suggest a pro-industry agenda, WVE suggests.
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