Unit Dose Packaging Toxicity Guidelines Needed For CR Testing, CPSC Told
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
The Consumer Products Safety Commission should clarify its drug toxicity standards for child-resistant unit dose packaging, according to recent comments by the Consumer Healthcare Products Association and other industry members
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