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RIFM, European Scientists Work To Iron Out Differences On QRA Methodology

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

The Research Institute for Fragrance Materials is in talks with industry representatives and European scientific authorities regarding its quantitative risk assessment (QRA) approach to fragrance sensitization, which has been received with varying degrees of enthusiasm

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