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‘Where Is The Trust Of The Consumer?’ SCCS Vice-Chair On Animal Testing Paradoxes Under EU Law

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“It is strange,” observed Vera Rogiers, vice chair of the European Commission’s Scientific Committee on Consumer Safety, referring to the problematic intersection of EU chemicals and cosmetics regulations as they pertain to animal testing of cosmetic ingredients.

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