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US Senate Wants PFAS Banned From Cosmetics. Should FDA Have A Say?

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Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances are unpopular, sure. But there are thousands of PFAS with dissimilar safety profiles that merit US FDA review ahead of a blanket ban in cosmetic products, industry says.

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