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EU Prepares To Adopt Test Method Using Lab-Grown Human Skin, Not Rabbits

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

European lawmakers are expected to ratify an adaptation to chemical testing regulations that will prohibit the use of animals in skin irritation tests, according to animal welfare organization the Humane Society

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