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In Brief: Gillette

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

Gillette: Used no laboratory animals in testing consumer products or ingredients during the 1996 reporting period (Oct. 1, 1995 through Sept. 30, 1996), according to the company's 1996 safety testing report. Gillette called the results a "significant achievement" since "new product development was at an all-time high" during the reporting period. Gillette introduced 46 new products or product lines "that did not rely on new laboratory testing," the report states. In 1996, the firm said it invested more than $1 mil. to fund research for the development and validation of alternative testing methods. During the year, Gillette patented a human regenerating eye cell line, similar to the corneal epithelium, to replace the Draize eye test. The company noted that it is also evaluating the development of a conjunctival eye cell line...

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