Transatlantic Sunscreen Ingredient Alignment Could Flow From Trade Pact
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Sunscreen manufacturers in the U.S. likely would support FDA’s reliance on EU safety review work in its own evaluation of UV filters, as proposed by the European Commission in an updated position paper under the developing Transatlantic Trade Investment Partnership.
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