The Food and Drug Administration said it is banning the use of 19 active ingredients found in antibacterial soaps and washes. Manufacturers will have one year to remove the ingredients from their products, or be forced to take them off the market. Read what Theresa Michele, FDA's director of the division of nonprescription drug products, said in a call with reporters about why, and what makers of cleaning products had to say in this CleanLink.com article, FDA Rules On Safety And Effectiveness of Antibacterial Soaps
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