CIR Expert Panel Rebranded Ahead Of June Virtual Meeting
The renamed Expert Panel for Cosmetic Ingredient Safety has its own website now, which includes the conflict of interest statement its members are expected to sign. The panel will meet virtually 8-9 June to consider a raft of ingredient reports in various stages of development at Cosmetic Ingredient Review.
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