In Brief: FDA on the "Dirty Dozen"
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
FDA on the "Dirty Dozen": In response to a list issued by the Cancer Prevention Coalition and consumer activist Ralph Nader of 12 consumer products containing carcinogens, FDA says it is unaware of any scientific data that indicate the products listed "pose a threat to public health if used as intended." The list cites P&G's Crest Tartar Control Toothpaste as containing "labeled toxic ingredients" FD&C Blue #1 and saccharin, and fluoride as a "possible carcinogen"...
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