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CHPA Consulting With OTC Antiseptic Advocates As Sunscreen GRASE Push Begins

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Following FDA’s proposed sunscreen rule in February, the Consumer Healthcare Products Association has opened a line of communication with the American Cleaning Institute to gain insight into the GRASE data delivery process that kicked off for consumer antiseptic products in September 2016.

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