ACI: Triclosan levels in infant-mother study too small to have effect

08/13/2014 | ScientificAmerican.com

In response to a new study that found triclosan in infant-mother pairs, ACI noted the traces were too small to have an effect on the babies. "There's a wide margin of safety between these levels and the levels deemed unsafe based on standard toxicology testing," said Paul DeLeo, associate vice president at ACI.

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