DuPont Changing Labels For Antiseptic Products To Comply With FDA Warning
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
DuPont plans by the end of June to comply with FDA's warning to change the labels for its RelyOn antiseptic spray and hand-wipe products that include disease claims not approved in a pending monograph for OTC health care antiseptics or in the topical antifungal drug products monograph
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