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ECHA: Non-Animal Tests For Complex Toxicity Endpoints Not 'Foreseeable'

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

Animal-welfare groups are concerned that a new report from the European Chemicals Agency on the regulatory applicability of alternative tests "weighs too heavily on the challenges faced in applying data from non-animal methods." The timing, with the REACH 2018 registration deadline looming, also is worrisome, they suggest.


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