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  • ACE Reminds Consumers to Use Cleaning and Disinfecting Products Safely

    Posted April 21, 2020

    Washington D.C. – The Alliance for Consumer Education (ACE) released the following statement today, attributed to Steve Caldeira, Executive Director of ACE, in response to the Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) that indicates there is a...

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  • ACE Launches Educational Resources to Combat Coronavirus Infodemic

    Posted March 9, 2020

    Washington D.C. – The Alliance for Consumer Education (ACE) released the following statement today, attributed to Beth Ludwick, Executive Director of ACE, after ACE launched resources to educate consumers about coronavirus (COVID-19) and help stop the spread of misinformation, which is now...

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  • ACE Welcomes Three New Members to Board of Trustees

    Posted December 18, 2019

    Washington D.C. – The Alliance for Consumer Education (ACE) is pleased to welcome three new members to its Board of Trustees, as well as congratulate the Chair, Patrizia Barone, Ph.D., Regional Regulatory Affairs Vice President, North American Region and Global Foods & Refreshment, Unilever.

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  • ACE Encourages Insect Repellant Use to Prevent Mosquito-Borne Diseases After EEE Warning

    Posted September 26, 2019

    Washington, DC – The Alliance for Consumer Education (ACE) urges consumers to use insect repellent to protect against mosquito-borne diseases. This is especially important since reports of Eastern equine encephalitis (EEE), a mosquito-borne virus that causes brain infection and swelling, have...

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  • ACE Condemns the Use of Miracle Mineral Solution as a Medical Treatment

    Posted August 19, 2019

    Washington, DC – The Alliance for Consumer Education (ACE) condemns the use of Miracle Mineral Solution (MMS) as a medical treatment. MMS is made by mixing sodium chlorite with an acid to produce chlorine dioxide, which is commonly used as an industrial bleach. “MMS is not a legitimate medical...

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