Allergy To Preservative MI “Epidemic”; U.K. Docs Urge Industry Action
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
U.K. dermatologists say allergic reactions to preservative biocide methylisothiazolinone have reached epidemic levels, with an estimated one in 10 patients presenting with eczema or dermatitis allergic to MI or a related substance. British news sites Mail Online and The Telegraph reported on dermatologists’ views leading up to a session at the British Dermatologists’ Annual Conference in Liverpool July 6-July 7.
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