EU council agrees on stricter rules for animal testing
This article was originally published in RAJ Devices
The Council of Ministers has adopted a common position on the revision of the European Union directive on animal testing, with the aim of strengthening the protection of laboratory animals while allowing scientific research to continue playing a key role in the fight against disease1.
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