Duane Morris attorney Kelly Bonner was quoted in an article in Chemical Watch on March 3.
“The US Food and Drug Administration has started its search for a deputy commissioner for its new human foods programme, and plans to move certain cosmetics functions to another part of the agency to advance oversight of the products. […]
The inclusion of cosmetics in the proposed restructuring is “very significant”, said Kelly Bonner, associate with law firm Duane Morris.
The move will allow the FDA to implement MoCRA more efficiently and effectively, she told Chemical Watch. To this end, the agency “anticipates closer collaboration between cosmetics and other FDA subject matter experts” in the Center for Drug Evaluation and Research and the Office of Women’s Health, she said.”
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