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Victory for P&G, But Will Baby Bottoms Still Suffer?

crying-baby.jpgThe US Consumer Product Safety Commission and Health Canada have found no link between P&G’s Pampers Dry Max diapers and reports of diaper rash. Moms took to Facebook earlier this year saying their babies were developing diaper rash or even getting “chemical burns” from using the diapers. The agencies (curiously) have both said they’ll continue to evaluate the situation and update mothers.

A P&G spokesperson said there was a dip in sales of the diapers, but the business has rebounded. Pampers account for 11 percent of P&G’s revenue, according to the Wall Street Journal. (sub req’d)

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