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FDA investigating how a known carcinogen wound up in J&J sunscreen

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By Michael Erman and Julie Steenhuysen (Reuters) – The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is investigating how a cancer-causing chemical ended up in Johnson & Johnson sunscreens, after the company said it had done internal testing and found low levels of benzene in some, the regulator said on Friday. J&J, which issued a voluntarily recall of the five different Neutrogena and Aveeno brand products, began testing after Valisure – an online pharmacy that tests its products for contaminants – found benzene in dozens of suncare products and asked the FDA to look into it in May. “The root cause…

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