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China Feeling Global Squeeze To Adopt Non-Animal Tests, Activists Say

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

China has been pressured to adopt non-animal alternatives for testing cosmetics as the EU marketing ban draws near, more efficacious alternatives arise and Chinese consumers grow more conscious of global concerns, say animal rights activists. Young scientists will likely lead the charge for alternatives in the near term.

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