In Brief: Clearblue estimates weeks, Barry Meltzer dies, P&G eliminating phthalates and triclosan, NPLEx adds Delaware
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
P&G Clearblue pregnancy test estimates week of conception; AHPA co-founder Meltzer dies; P&G to eliminate phthalates, triclosan; CSPI, Aloe Science Council square off; Delaware joins NPLEx; IADSA focuses on supplement safety guidelines; Pharmavite expands Alabama facility.
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