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Presence of cancer warnings on some dandruff, psoriasis OTCs "may render the products misbranded," and FDA is "evaluating the complex issues raised" by such warnings, agency says in recent letter to Alva-Amco counsel Bell, Boyd & Lloyd (Chicago). Law firm had requested FDA determine whether Prop 65 cancer warnings found on some OTC coal tar medications - including Alva-Amco's Psoriasin Gel, GlaxoSmithKline/Block Drug's Tegrin, Medtech's Oxipor - constitute misbranding. Agency's February decision that additional warnings are not required on such products did not address whether inclusion of Prop 65 statement would misbrand them (1"The Tan Sheet" March 5, p. 4). Prop 65 lawsuit against Alva-Amco, other coal tar product makers slated for trial in January...
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