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Reach: Alternative Tests of Long-term Toxicity Require Discussion

8:17 AM MDT | April 17, 2012 | Geert Dancet

By Geert Dancet,  Executive Director, ECHA  We in the European Chemicals Agency (ECHA; Helsinki) are now looking forward to the fourth Helsinki Chemicals Forum in May. This event has become a cornerstone of my annual calendar as it is the perfect place to openly discuss the most topical questions on safe use of chemicals with all stakeholders. I am proud that I have been able to assist in establishing this Forum, which attracts hundreds of participants from all over the world.   Again, the HCF programme contains interesting topics for debate. As...

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Comments (1) for Reach: Alternative Tests of Long-term Toxicity Require Discussion
Chemical safety never ceases to be a hot topic of debate over here in the states either. Everybody, ranging from the biotech/<a href="http://www.emerypharmaservices.com/">pharma</a> to the environmental industries seems to have an opinion on it- but with good reason.
Posted by Jennifer Laktka on Friday, August 24, 2012 @ 12:04 PM

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