Listerine With Fluoride Proposed Six-Month Study To Be Reviewed By FDA
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Pfizer Consumer Healthcare plans to conduct a six-month clinical study involving at least 300 subjects to determine whether adding .02% sodium fluoride to the company's Listerine mouthrinse affects the antiplaque/ antigingivitis effectiveness of the product
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