EU animal testing directive nears final approval
This article was originally published in Scrip
New EU rules on the use of animals in medical experiments – including more flexible authorisation procedures and promoting alternatives to animal testing – are expected to be approved in September after the European Commission said it could accept most of the changes made to the draft directive by the parliament and the Council of Ministers.
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