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ACT Dry Mouth 'Immediate,' 'Moisturizing,' 'Lubricating' Claims OK In Review Appeal

Executive Summary

Council of Better Business Bureaus' advertising review appeals panel says Sanofi didn't support claiming ACT Dry Mouth Lozenges "are uniquely formulated to stimulate saliva flow” because no evidence supported uniqueness. On review of initial findings from August 2018 on GSK challenge, which markets Biotene dry mouth products, panel considered appeals by both firms.

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