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The Economy Ministry defended itself Friday against allegations it had failed to aggressively follow up on recent reports of low quality and possibly toxic sanitary pads.Fleifil said that scientific proof was needed to determine the ministry's next step.Berro said the pads examined by Consumers Lebanon were made out of a "cheap cloth".According to Berro, there are several possibilities that could have led to substandard pads being sold to consumers.Fleifil responded to the criticism by saying the ministry's testing had not turned up anything suspicious.
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